Do you take pride in the culture and dynamics of your work environment? Is their a strategy to make your environment a great place to work in? Does it offer well being, open debate, team working, competitive spirit and honest transparency?
Putting a high performing team together is a costly exercise but it becomes even more expensive if your work environment demotivates your employees and doesnt give them a change of high performance.
Some good, simple ideas in this article that we can all use.
What does it mean to make a workplace more “human”? Given the current technology boom, it’s easy for organizations to strip out the human element of every process, even if they do this unintentionally. Specifically, it's easy for employers and leaders to get so caught up in daily tasks and quarterly goals that they forget they are leading a team of people, not machines. This lack of "humanness" could be a major contributing factor to the overwhelming number of disengaged workers. A June 2016 survey from Gallup found that only 32.7 percent of 7,327 U.S. employees surveyed said they were engaged at work. It’s time, then, to bring humanity back into the office. Here’s how to make the workplace human again: