When companies implement positivity and encouragement practices in the workplace, the overall performance and productivity of employees is higher. Not only is positivity a good practice for the bottom line of the company, it is also beneficial to your employees.
To cultivate positivity, management must lead by example through building confidence and expressing gratitude in your employee’s abilities and contributions within the team. Positive relationships are built when people are recognized for the work they do.
By shifting the focus to successes and achievements rather than unmet goals or stressful deadlines, employees will then feel a sense of team spirit and accomplishment. Support and encouragement fosters a successful and positive work environment.
Employees that have the chance to utilize their strengths in the workplace every day have higher levels of customer satisfaction and productivity. Incorporating areas in which your employees excel is essential to building confidence while promoting positivity.
– Lori L. Palmer, President, REB Storage Systems International