by Paul Casey

A Life Coach Offers Productivity Tips To Get Your Employees Moving

If you run a business, you know that employee productivity is huge on your list of things to constantly improve upon. At the bottom of unproductivity is usually employee unhappiness, and this is where you should focus your efforts, because unhappy employees can end up costing your company millions of dollars.

These productivity tips can help your employees to feel motivated, happy, and ready to give it their all, every day.

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Your Employees Need To Feel Like They Are Part of The Team

Monotonous work that seems to have no end or goal to it can make an employee feel tired and lost. One day blends into the next, and before you know it your employee’s productivity starts to nosedive. Your employees need to feel like they are part of something larger than themselves when they are at work.

One way to do this is to be as transparent with them about the current state of the company and its goals as you possibly can. Bring them into the fold. Even if you have to share bad news with them about specific events in the company, it’s much better than leaving them on the outside where they don’t feel like they are a part of the organization. You can also host a weekly meeting where the successes and failures of the company are discussed openly with your employees.

Let Your Employees Make Their Own Schedule

The world is changing, and you may want to change with it because it can increase productivity in your company significantly.

Many progressive companies, such as Netflix, have adopted make-your-own-schedule policies, because they believe that employees should be be treated as adults. Instead of creating a culture that favors long, grueling hours into the night, they reward employees who get top results with minimal effort and time.

While every company may be different, consider this type of approach if it suits your company culture.

Install a Casual Dress Code

Any life coach today will tell you that casual dress codes in the workplace most definitely improve productivity, and research is backing them up. People report feeling more confident and relaxed when they can choose how they dress, and this spurs them on to do more work.

If you are looking to boost the productivity of your employees, you may want to seek out a coach who offers team development speaking engagements. This can be a game-changer for any business.


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