Welcome to my podcast where I share short tips and examples for working more effectively with your team. You can reduce tension, conflict and limited production with a focus on building on team strengths. Cover art photo provided by Brandi Redd on Unsplash:unsplash.com/@brandi1
Its been said that solving complex problems at work will be the main concern for employers in the future. The need for effective teamwork knowing the real issues and communicating about them is key. We are all responsible for positive outcomes. More transparency, questions and effective listening are clearly needed.
Employee Engagement is about having employees that are committed to the goals of your company and do whatever it takes to accomplish these goals. It's also about companies that are genuinely interested in having their employees enjoy satisfaction in their work and being genuinely attuned to what's important to them.
Healthy communication begins with a trusting relationship. Employees feel supported in learning and developing new skills. Giving useful feedback is less about the person and more about the work that supports the company in growing where employees thrive.
Having the option of working remotely is considered highly desirable for many people. If it is a possibility in your company setting up some structures in communication can help everyone to stay on track.
This episode shares some ideas for being known as a Great place to work. Candidates want to know why they should choose your company. Show them! Demonstrate why you are proud of your company. This is a good way to get your employees involved!
This podcast is about key aspects of retention. As you still down on what you have to offer and why someone would want to work with you...you will begin an engaging process that leads to greater profits.
Looking at another structure today...your unique role and responsibility. Ask important questions like what do you have to contribute...what ideas do you have to share...and how can you help Your Company grow or get better? All lies within your domain. Contact Gloria Willis for comments or questions at firstname.lastname@example.org.