Just about everyone could use some tips to increase efficiency and/or morale in the workplace. Even if your company is performing well and morale isn’t necessarily an issue you’re currently dealing with, you never know when these kinds of things can creep into the workplace. Also, it never hurts to invest in employee morale. Here are a few different ways you can make the best use of your employee’s time and keep spirits high.
Hire a Motivational Speaker
It’s one thing if you give your employees some tips on how to maximize time, but chances are it will be more effective if you hire someone to do it. Motivational speakers such as Jeffrey Sterling can come into your workplace and provide time-saving tips and general motivation to keep both your employee’s morale and productivity levels high.
Create Clear and Focused Goals
Some people use SMART goals, which stands for Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Relevant and Time-bound. Having these detailed parameters while creating goals will help you
Invest in Training and Development
When budget cuts seem inevitable typically training and development are the first things to go. However, in reality, these should be the last things to go. If you have to reduce your workforce or make due with fewer resources the last thing you want to do is provide fewer resources for the remainder of your workforce. You should give them all the support they need to help fill
Even though studies show that employees who work from home are generally 13% more productive than when they work in offices, some employers are hesitant to embrace telecommuting. In addition to being more productive, telecommuting also saves employees time and money by not having to drive into work. Most employees also generally enjoy being able to work from home and taking a break from the office so it’s also great for morale.