Keeping employee’s attention / Employee engagement
Work can sound dull or boring. Oftentimes, that can be unfortunately true. Many tasks at work can be repetitive, and mind-numbingly so. The idea of being stuck inside a grey office cubicle that is exactly like the other thousand cubicles in the building, hammering away at a keyboard is the stuff of corporate nightmare. Some offices are almost exactly like that: no-nonsense, grey, and nearly blank except for the necessary tools and a small fig plant. It can get to a lot of newer employees too. There had to be a way to get the office to be more engaging, something that would help keep our staff’s mind on work without boring them to tears.
Therefore Paramount Training has developed the Employee Engagement Training course. A quick skim over the course description will explain everything you need to know about the course and its topic. It is all about making the office a better, brighter place in order to encourage engagement in the job. Much feedback we receive say that they could not have asked for a better session.
You can learn all about how physical decoration and colours around the workplace could encourage better work. The way we present work is also important; if you present it as a job, it will almost certainly be met with groans and reluctance. However, if you present it as a mission, it will motivate people since they start to feel that there is importance behind whatever it is they are supposed to be doing. Opening opportunities for achievement is another big step to take in employee engagement. People naturally like video games because completing them or succeeding at them gives a pleasant sense of accomplishment: the same sensation we get whenever we succeed at other things in life, just like work! Providing challenges at work with incentives that massively outweigh any costs it has will encourage people at work to try their best, and most of the time, they will succeed at that challenge, and achieve something for the company. Essentially, the secret to engaging work is not to make it work at all.
Participants have found this course to be essential in helping an employee find meaning in work. Everyone needs a mission in life, and this training session aims to help participants learn to have direction and focus at work. It increases productivity, and makes life in general a lot easier to handle. If you want to know how to push yourself and your company to treat work better than drudgery, this course could be the one for you.