It can happen in any office, things can seem to be less interesting as each day passes by and suddenly one day you find your employees yawning more than usual and catching quick naps between office hours. They are laughing less than they used to and all seem to be in their own zone.
You’re thinking of ways to get them to enjoy together and how you can make them more lively and productive during the business hours. Following are few ways in which you can boost the productivity of your employees.
Just like you do not wish anything bad ever happens to a family member you can have their best interest in mind and try not to make their lives absolutely horrible. This can be easily understood by employees as they come to know when an employer acts as if they have a personal vendetta against them. You should make them feel that irrespective of what you think about them you have always got their back and are willing to go to war for them.
There is always something that motivates employees to work where they are working and how they are working. Understanding this motivation can make a lot of difference and it can benefit an employer immensely. By understanding their motivation you can make your interaction more personal in nature. They will get the feeling that you care about them in a way that no employer does and this will further motivate them to give their best to everything they do.
Training gives them clarity about the work they are expected to do in an organisation. It also gives them the belief that they will be able to handle the responsibilities that are a part of their job profile. It will boost their confidence and enable them to perform better