Do you ever feel like you are trying to fit a square peg in a round hole in the workplace?
If so, join Nathan Mitchell and me this coming Wednesday on BlogTalkRadio at 9PM CST as we discuss effective teamwork and communication and how it affects your organization.
As a preview of the program I want to share something Nathan recently wrote in his blog :
“Unless you have been living inside a bubble, it shouldn’t come as a shock to you that organizations are running much more lean today than they have in years past. And it appears that will not be changing anytime soon. The problem is the more lean organizations run, the more layoffs tend to take place, and the more salary cuts seem to occur. Unfortunately, it’s a double-edged sword, because these challenges often affect engagement negatively in the workplace. And it’s never more critical to have happy, engaged employees, than when your organization is running lean.
“In light of these challenges, it is necessary for organizations today to have an increased focus on professional and self-development. One of the ways to accomplish this is through hosting a Professional Development Series workshop with us for members of your staff.
It’s a great way for participants to identify and understand their natural patterns, as well as those of the people they work with. The end result: increased communication, and more effective, efficient, and engaged employees.
“For example, hosting a Behaviors Workshop will accomplish the following in your organization:
- Employees Will Have an Increased Understanding of Self
- Employees Will Have an Increased Understanding of Others
- Your Organization Will Experience Increased Communication
- Your Organization Will Experience Increased Productivity, and…
- Decreased Tension
“You don’t have to be afraid of running lean when you are able to maximize the efficiency and the effectiveness of your organizational team.”
If you are looking for ways to master communication, increase interaction, and improve engagement in the workplace you won’t want to miss this week’s program.