“So, what’s causing all of this demotivation and downright unhappiness? This is indeed an extremely pressing question that all top companies should be asking themselves. Here at Netguru we make identifying the causes of demotivation one of our topmost considerations, and we’re happy to pass on what we’ve learned.”
I’ve seen all of these at one organization or another, and they are all damaging to the people who work for you.
It also reminds me of something I’ve seen lately, a slew of blog posts, and the offers of ebooks that promise hacks, or shortcuts, to engaged employees. Here’s a thought, why don’t you just have an organization that does the opposite of these things instead of trying to find the shortcut that will fix your workforce? Granted, these things are hard work. They require you to actually care about the people who work for you, and think about what they are doing, and where they are going.
Nah, we wouldn’t want managers to actually have to manage. Much better to bring in cupcakes, or have interactive retreats, that will be the difference maker for your employees.