75 percent of employees say they lose more than two hours of efficient work every day.
According to a recent CareerBuilder survey, 75 percent of employees say they lose more than two hours of efficient work every day. In order to understand what strengthens your team’s performance, you need to understand what kills their productivity.
While big wins might be important, it's the small wins that get you there. Celebrate the small wins of your team members and they will quickly be inspired to continue their hard work. Planning a small gathering to celebrate an achievement has a great effect on the productivity of your team. You need to consistently appreciate your team’s dedication and commitment.
Build your company’s leadership around its vision and values to ensure the engagement of your employees and their commitment. Having a competitive business plan and strong strategies are important. A company’s culture that celebrates innovation and dedication to its vision and strategy will motivate employees. Always recognise employees who go the extra mile and exhibit the business values.
Business goals should be realistic and attainable. If employees think they will never be able to achieve their goals, their interest in working with commitment will vanish over time. Always ensure that your team knows their goals and that these goals are realistic. In order to do that, avoid overloading one of your employees with many tasks and master the art of delegation to ensure an efficient and strong workflow. Also ensure that they are supported by providing them with the necessary resources.
The most successful businesses are those that remain flexible and innovative. Encouraging new ideas and boosting employee creativity will help you build an overall productive workplace. Encourage regular breaks and informal brainstorming sessions that would allow them to bring beneficial business propositions to the table. The more support you provide your team, the more encouraged they will feel.
No matter how productive your team is, there is always room for improvement. As a leader, you need to do things that show your team that you care about them. Improving your team’s performance requires commitment, conviction and true mentorship.
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