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Workplace productivity can be impacted by many factors, but the employee is one of the most important factors to consider. The attitudes that employees bring to work, and carry with them throughout the day, dictate the flow of how they approach their daily tasks and deadlines. There can be a lot of activity at the office, but is it productive? Can attitude impact work productivity? It’s crucial to understand how workers’ attitudes function both independently and collaboratively to make the business successful. 

Take the time to discover where the negative attitudes linger so that you can adjust and make changes where necessary, because this will inevitably impact the team morale and the company’s success. A positive attitude creates a positive feedback loop and positive energy in the room, which in turn, boosts employee output. The more productive a company is, the stronger the organizational growth and retention will be.

As a business owner, you want to always be looking for ways to increase worker productivity. Keep reading to learn a few key steps to enhance workplace positivity and employee performance.

How to Enhance Workplace Productivity 

Recognize Employee Wins

When an employee reaches a milestone, hits a target, or exceeds an expectation – celebrate their win. No employee should go unnoticed when they do an excellent job. All employees will appreciate the recognition, and some will thrive on it. Give them that opportunity. Inspire your team by motivating and rewarding them when they go above and beyond; give them that incentive to work a little harder. A great tool for celebrations is Slack’s Cheers-for-Peers channel, where teams can praise each other for a job well done. Other forms of recognition might include in-office shout-outs, free lunch, non-cash rewards, professional development opportunities, etc. 

Avoid Meetings That Are Unnecessary

If there is something that can be communicated via email – don’t set up a meeting. In this modern technological world, there is no reason why we cannot use email, Slack, or other workplace communication mediums to keep the ball rolling. Meetings should be utilized for high-priority topics only, and getting everyone on the same page, or else they can be viewed as a waste of time. Employees will lose interest with sitting in meetings, decreasing their positive attitude and productivity in the workplace. Instead, ensure that employees value meetings by scheduling them when necessary and for the highest priority items only. 

Goal Setting 101

The trick to keeping a positive attitude towards achieving goals in the workplace is putting the right kind of goals in place. SMART (Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Relevant, and Time-Bound) goals are key to success. Break down employee goals with quarterly planning, and you will see faster progress and keep employees motivated even longer.

Invest In Training & Development

As an employer, it is always a good idea to invest in your employees’ growth and development to ensure they have the tools necessary to continue to flourish in their work with your organization. Help your workers grow and learn skills so that they look forward to showing up to work and producing results. By committing to your employees’ professional growth and development, they will reciprocate that effort through higher worker output. Keep yourself surrounded by smart people who are always learning, and it will be conducive to the future success of your business. 

Lead by Example

The tone of the boss sets the tone for the entire organization. A positive workplace begins with the right leader who can lead by example and inspire others. It’s impossible to be positive 100% of the time, but just remember that how you show up (even on bad days) is how your employees will show up. 

Attitude, Productivity, and So Much More

Do you have more questions about how to enhance workplace productivity? Contact BOAR today to begin a strategic action that grows your business and inspires your employees’ performance. Expand your knowledge and get more business advice and workplace strategies here