The kind of relation you have with your employees has a direct impact on their performance and hence their productivity. In the organizations, where the employees are happy and comfortable to work are likely to produce better results. When the employees see that their employer is making sacrifices to create a better environment at work, the employees get encouraged from them at try to give their best to the organization.
Accept that your employees are the lifeblood of your business is only the first step. The next thing is to surround yourself with people who identify with the company philosophy, adopting the spirit of collaboration and sharing your goals.
Become the leader your company needs to meet its objectives and to develop long-range strategies. As a leader, your job is to convey the vision of the company, promote communication and to give them confidence in their concerns, in addition to setting the rules within the team and defining the objectives for each project.
Once their talents identified, courses or workshops train them according to their work areas, drawn up growth plans and plaintiffs face them and complex situations, whether in high-level committees or specific projects. And do not forget to recognize their achievements and give them the credit of the same.
Examine your employees to work for the benefit of the business and let them know that the measures that you take are for the common good. It will help you prevent poor performance, interpersonal problems, low productivity and lack of loyalty.
Study the employment outcomes, investigate what is discussed in the grapevine, ask your employees their difficulties and pains, and develop feedback (feedback) throughout the team, either individually or group.
Give them the proper frequency to get benefitted from both labor and personal growth inside and outside the company. Conduct formal meetings every 15 days or so and program some three informal meetings a year with the sole purpose of creating dynamics within the group.
Set the objectives for short and long terms as well as the work plans and activities for the development of leadership skills among your team. It is necessary that those goals are common and are directly related to the objectives of the organization, in order:
- Establish mutual respect as a form of teamwork.
- Know what to strategic issues should be directed group performance.
- Encourage and get all this done within an environment of open and honest communication between the leader and members.
Trust your employees. It is needed because it creates a positive atmosphere at the work. And the possibility of conflict is reduced if the team members trust each other to complete their tasks; decisions can reach a quick consensus if there is suspicion of underlying reasons.
Cultivate a healthy relationship with employees to encourage a strong teamwork. That means team members must be able to have a good communication among them with a proper decorum and an open mind. When the relationship between the team members is open and healthy, members are much more comfortable with each other and more willing to offer ideas and take risks. All this leads to engaged teamwork and improved results.
“Talent wins games, but the teamwork and intelligence wins championships”. – Michael Jordan.