Of course, every employer wants their workers to thrive. Employee success is not only beneficial to the staff but also to the organization in whole. Motivating and keeping workers happy all the time can bring out the best out of them and make them satisfied with their job and work environment. A recent employee engagement survey has revealed that workers that feel happy in their place of work are 12% more productive than their counterparts. With this, a company has a recipe for success and ability to perform its competitors by 20%, which can increase the expected revenue significantly. The following are steps entrepreneurs can take to bring out the best out of their workforce and ensure they succeed in all their endeavors.
The idea that stagnancy is the end of a worker is no longer a secret; instead, it's a fact since every worker wants to grow. Creating both personal and professional opportunities not only shows that an organization cares about its workers but also it is committed and focused on fostering their growth. When a manager invests in the future of their firms as well as the future of their workers, they automatically raise the stakes for their top talent.
Employees always feel motivated and appreciated when the manager recognizes their individuality, especially when it comes to making things flow smoothly. You will be thrilled to see work habits or processes that workers use at their workplace when they feel valued and respected. Instead of criticizing a worker for producing undesired results, engage them in respectful and open dialogue to discuss hang-ups and processes and any unforeseen challenges. Maybe you assigned a task to a staff that doesn't match the required skills or failed to communicate the procedures. You could also be expecting quantity from a worker who only values quality. As such, managers should let their subordinates be whom they are, and allow them to work in their best ways.
One way to bring out the best out of a team is to provide it with the autonomy and freedom needed to do their tasks. When managers let workers micromanage themselves, they are showing them that they have faith in their work quality, trust their judgment, and believe in their abilities. When a manager entrusts a worker with things such as customer group, project, or a task, their confidence tends to soar. That makes workers become stewards and accountable for their responsibilities.
Companies often make a mistake of instilling their values and mission to workers without considering the dream and purpose that they have in life. As such, managers need to understand things that keep their workers motivated to live a life beyond their professional ambitions. Asking workers why they resonate with the mission and values of your company will help open a dialogue about what their dreams are and how they would want to fulfill them. Once a manager has understood the interests of their workers, the next thing is to assure them of their support.
Workers don't have many dissimilarities. All they want is to come to work, give out their best, and feel valued for their effort. Workers also want to know what they are working towards, and giving them some goals to work towards, a positive work environment, and a decent life will boost their motivation. After all, it's all about how workers feel about their job, which can be subjective, so managers should be emotional and understand the well-being of their workforce. Workers will always feel distressed and anxious when they feel that their job is at risk due to reasons such as failure.