Do you want to motivate your employees and give them a purpose? Do you want to achieve objectives more easily? How do you anticipate the needs of your organization?
Either we don’t know how to cope with everyday work or we don’t dare to change our habits. Fortunately, there are lifeboats in the business world: coaching. Increasing productivity and work performance are two of the main objectives of any company. That is why, in this article, we want to tell you what work performance is, how to measure it and what are the qualities that allow you to increase it.
Do you think your teams are not motivated enough? What habits need to change to increase productivity? What is your role in this process of transformation and growth?
You have just landed in the right place to find out what mistakes everyone makes in business coaching, how to avoid them and what problems this discipline solves.
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“If you don’t like something, change it. If you can’t change it, change your attitude” – Maya Angelou
Do you want to build trust in remote work teams and don’t know where to start? Do you want to improve the results of collaborative work in your company?
We live in a quagmire of stress, uncertainty and anguish that makes our daily lives much more difficult. It goes without saying our physical and mental state after what we have experienced during the COVID-19 pandemic in recent years, but… Where does work-related stress come from?
“Physical and mental exhaustion is one of the causes of declining productivity”.
The ultimate goal of any company is to achieve a series of set objectives. Above all, because this means that the business is doing well. This is a company, a business, a multi-purpose activity. Economically, to earn money in order to survive. Socially, to create wealth for the population. And civically, to provide services to the citizens.
“At the beginning, I didn’t recognise the symptoms that the whole team is having. My colleagues said they were having trouble concentrating. Others felt demotivated. One friend was getting up early to go jogging before coming to work. A family member stayed up late watching the Thursday programme. And I would spend hours just lying there staring at the ceiling. It wasn’t boredom: I felt good like that. It wasn’t tiredness: I had energy. It wasn’t depression either: I wasn’t sad. The malaise I felt had a name: it was called listlessness
The frequency with which you carry out your tasks. The frequency with which you take on new responsibilities. The frequency with which you communicate with your clients. How often you meet with your colleagues. And how often you take on new challenges.
What is burnout and absenteeism, how to detect them and take action?
“It is not a question of adding every day, but of subtracting, of eliminating little by little everything that is not essential”. The phrase was uttered by a martial arts master and it has stuck in our memory, because he did not say it as a warning, but as a call for help.