6 tips for happier employees: Episode 60

Happy employees

6 simple steps to a happier & more productive workforce

In this weeks’ episode I follow on from the tips and hints provided by my two previous guests Tony Brown and Steve Thomson and give you my six tips, which are super easy to implement, which will make a change to the happiness, productivity and engagement of your staff. How to get happier staff quickly!

In this episode I will cover:

  • Why you need to think about your staff;
  • Why being proactive is essential in preventing problems;
  • Why communication is vital to any organisation with people at the heart;
  • How you can make very simple and easy changes to your behaviour;
  • Some suggestions on how to get started;
  • Why it will make a difference to your business.

Action Points

  1. Take action and implement at least one of the tips from this episode;
  2. If you want more tips sign up here for your free copy;
  3. Let me know how it goes for you;
  4. Give me a call if you want to talk through some strategies or if you would like training or to implement change in your business 023 8098 2006 or 01983 897003


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