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How to get the best out of your staff: Episode 63

Happy employees

Be pro-active & improve productivity of your staff

In this weeks’ episode I bring you five tips to increase the productivity of your staff. It is not just about paying more there are other easy ways to get staff working harder for you.

In this episode I will cover:

  • Why the ultimate key to improving productivity and getting the best from your staff is happiness;
  • How the introduction of one to ones and performance reviews will help employees performance;
  • 360 degree communication on a consistent basis;
  • How investing in your staff with training is essential for your business success;
  • Why you should not be afraid to implement performance management procedures;
  • Ways to incentivise staff to go above and beyond.
  • Why you should look at the work environment and how this effects employees.

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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