Managers Behavior And Productivity
No organization are free of issues like how to increase productivity, and maintain work place enjoyments.This article is a communication tool between the managers and their subordinates for creating a healthy and more enjoyable work environment for increasing the productivity.
No organizations are free of issues like how to increase productivity, and maintain work place enjoyment. This article addresses the labor component of productivity and how best to motivate employees to work at high levels.
There are many factors which affect the productivity like materials quality, people skill, system & procedures, equipment & tool type, knowledge of worker, management skill, but the most important factor is attitude of superior. Appropriate leadership helps create a satisfying work environment conducive to high productivity.
Unmanaged or destructive behavior of a manager can turn the best job into a miserable one. Subordinate not only loose their productivity and creativity, sometime loose their workplace engagement as well.
Rude behavior of manager creates an atmosphere of mistrust and fear, and as a consequence has a negative impact on productivity and also increases the operational cost.
An employee, who is physically present but is under performing due to lack of inner commitment or their mental absence to his or her job, is one of the major cost elements.
What are the ways to cope up with this problem?
The simple and most power full ways are understand your subordinate; look the bright part of your subordinate rather than always finding the negatives.
Know their potential, appreciate them on their good work and the most important is "MAKE THEM FEEL".
Focus on their personal and professional balance.
Enjoy the freedom to serve others and to create a world of love and empowerment, this will create an environment of open communication and throw away fear form the work place and as a result increase the productivity.
The successful management of this process is ultimately the key to survival of any organization. It should be the concern of and a development goal for all organizational members, irrespective of their position.
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