When people like where they work, organizations are not only more fun and enjoyable, but also more innovative and productive. Healthy and likeable organizations are not just good for our mental health and well-being, but also for the organization’s success – financial or otherwise. When workplaces are respectful and inspiring, employees will naturally be more engaged and work harder.
Most of us are familiar with stories of some of the Great Places to Work – the Googles of the world, with their complimentary food courts, massages, and foosball tables. However, the reality is that most of our workplaces do not have the ability or even finances to implement these sorts of programs. Therefore, we are left to use other non-financial rewards to help make our organizations great places to work.
This presentation offers insights on how to cultivate, create, and sustain workplaces that are respectful, engaging, and meaningful – places where people like to work.
Target Audience: Leaders and Human Resource Professionals