Productivity is a pressing issue for almost any business. If you or your company are not productive, how can you expect any growth?
However, determining the best way to evaluate performance and make positive changes is by no means easy. In fact, the drivers of productivity are often diverse and distributed across different business units and, for that matter, around the world.
Businesses will not be able to achieve the full potential of their employees if performance evaluation systems do not take into account the human need for psychological interaction, such as positive workplace relationships, recognition, opportunities for personal growth, and regular constructive feedback on performance.
Any business can “significantly increase productivity” if it has strategies in place to enable employees to develop their innate talents, use those talents at work, and eventually turn those talents into strengths.
Companies must have talented managers who can build strong, positive relationships with employees and use talents and goals that help each person focus.
If your company does not have such a person, then you can use the infographic below and help yourself.
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