SO—–Can and should you have PASSION at work?
YES. It’s possible and not illegal, immoral or unethical! Actually it’s essential.
So what is Passion? Wikipedia defines Passion as an “intense compelling feeling, enthusiasm, or desire for something.” We probably all have that moment when you received recognition for achieving your insurance designation, landed a huge commercial account or met a milestone in your business.
Let us guide you through the three simply steps to Employee Engagement!
Step 1 – Discovering your Mission Statement (“Unique Contribution”) and Core Values (“Company Passions”)
Are you passionate about your role in the business? As an owner do you remember why you started your business? If you are not excited about your work it is almost impossible to be that inspiring leader.
Develop the critical factors that are required for the company to deliver that value to customers, clients, employees and investors. These could be called Core Values or “Company Passions” and are the framework for the company culture.
Step 2 – Discovering your Employees Core Passions
Now that you have identified your Unique Contribution and Core Passions for you and your company or team, it’s time to determine what your employees are looking for in both their lives and their careers.
Step 3 – Create your Plan
Integrate the Company Passions with the Employee Work Passions and develop a plan that synchronizes the two.
Once you have established your own Unique Contribution and Company Passions what you now have is purpose and a roadmap to guide you.
Every decision you make as it relates to the organization will be driven by those principles.
And the bottom line is all about your bottom line! If the employer has a clear mission,
the employees know what their work passions are and you engage them,
the rewards are both financial and emotional! !
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