You will notice that your employees' morale is proportionately related to their productivity. It is important to
treat your employees with respect and tact. A demanding taskmaster does not generate better results than a helpful and accommodating manager.
Unhappy employees do not care about their work, and an employee that doesn't care about his/her work is unproductive.
Improving employee productivity is a great way to build a solid team behind you. By implementing your productive improvement
program in a way that is non-threatening and rewarding, you will gain your employees' respect and admiration, causing them to be even more productive and
increase their loyalty to the company.
A high demand for the employee productivity lacking in today's workforce leaves management teams wondering exactly what to
do. Increasing employee productivity then should be on the forefront of any managerial mind. You might think the only solution for the problem of decreased
employee productivity is getting rid of the unproductive people. If this is your mindset, don't fret. Accept this post as an invitation to consider
different solutions that will help you to increase your employees' productivity as part of your corporate agenda.
Remember: leadership is influence, not control.