Archive for the ‘ Employee Management ’ Category
What Type Of Team Do You Work On?
Team meetings or huddles are very important in keeping everyone on the team connected together. Often times what happens is only one person (whoever is leading the meeting) is the only one who gives input or direction during these meetings so in reality many of the team members can feel disconnected. It is important that […]
What Do You Need To Dangle To Motivate Employees?
If you are a business owner or manager and have people who work for your business, you have probably ask yourself more than once, “How can I motivate my employees when they are at work?” I have the opportunity to speak to small business owners often and I have found that this is one of […]
Thank You For Your Efforts
Changes at work can be challenging to say the least. For the most part employees like knowing what they need to do each day and how to get it done correctly. When restructuring job tasks are necessary due to growth, or better methods of keeping the people who do the tasks involved in the process […]
Does My Employee Have The Job Flu?
Employees can feel down at work and show signs of disinterest. It happens for many reasons, some are temporary and are caused by external problems and work is difficult because life is difficult at that time. They come to work, but they act like they are suffering from an illness. It is when it is truly […]
Pursuit Of Happiness
To feel good and thrive, researchers say that people need a 3:1 positivity ration. That means we need to hear three positive statements for every negative statement. Having a positive attitude has been linked to mind-body-spirit benefits including: Greater creativity and increased intuition Better cardiovascular health and reduced risk of stroke. Increased resilience and happiness […]
9 Key Ingredients For A Successful Work Team
Many times clients will tell me how hard it is to get their people to become a functional team. I have found that in many cases managers or team leaders think that it should be easy (especially if this is their first try at putting a team together). Creating any type of team takes time, […]
You Need To Listen To Solve The Problem
When I was at a conference a couple of months ago a Malpractice Attorney was speaking on how to handle problems with patients or clients to keep them from escalating and becoming serious issues. She said that most problems can be solved if we would just take the time to ask questions and then listen […]
A Work Ethic Lesson I Learned From My Mother
I posted this blog several years ago and was reminded of the lesson I learned from my mother as I began training a new employee last week. It is important that we develop good training systems and programs in our workplace to not only make the business run better but to teach valuable work standards […]
Lack of Confidence At Work
There are three primary reasons that employee will lose motivation at work. Lack of Confidence Lack of Focus Lack of Direction Today, I want to talk about the first one, “Lack of Confidence.” Recently, we hired a new employee and over the past couple of weeks I have seen where a lack of confidence in […]
Conflict Can Equal Progress In The Workplace
Conflict is bound to happen at work, but there are advantages to it. Without conflict, nothing would change. If you are dissatisfied with how a system works and someone else thinks it is okay, or if there were no conflict in opinion, there would not be a chance to improve the system and create a […]