There is a strong sentiment of anxiety running rapid in many work environments today. Whether your own organization has experienced a layoff or not, your employees are worrying about their own job stability, the economy and how they'll ever be able to afford to retire.
Most workplaces have long since ceased being “family-like” environments or stable life-long commitments as they once were in the past. This has lead to an erosion of trust which is still critical for a healthy, high-performing work environment. Today, to build effective teams and achieve strategic goals, managers and employees alike need a simple, trustworthy process to support great performance.
Practically speaking, what can organizations do to stay focused, improve performance and build trust? Below are two simple tips.