Going home at the end of a long, hard day feels great, when you know you were able to do your best work and make a positive impact. There are specific actions leaders can take to help their employees have more of these days
As a leader, it’s your job to help employees do their best work. Have you ever thought about what specific actions you might take to support that goal? It’s time that you do, and this workshop will help you do it.
Mission Accomplished examines productivity and the factors that support or hinder it. We will explore these six productivity drivers and identify how you can get them working within your team:
- Employees understand the goal
- Employees care about the goal
- There are viable plans to accomplish the goals
- Everyone has the needed skills
- Everyone has the necessary resources
- Employees stay on track
Today many employees report that they have too much to do and not enough time to get it all done. As a result they often end their day filled with frustration at how little they have to show for their efforts.
Certainly your employees have a good share of the responsibility for fixing this, but you can help.
We should talk about your team and how a workshop like this can help your leaders create a more productive work environment. If this isn’t quite what you had in mind, I’d be interested in learning more about what you are thinking and working to accomplish.
Use this link to grab a slot on my calendar for a short phone conversation.