Are you utilizing your Human Capital optimally?
Without people you will have no business. … no you, no staff, no prospects, no customers, no clients, no suppliers, no partners, no investors… i.e. Nada! Zip! Zero! Nothing!
People make all the difference
No people, no problems! No people no solutions. No people no industry. No people no business. No people no customers. No people no profits. No people no creativity, imagination, innovation, or inspiration. No people no moola.
Yet, there are people, and if two heads are better than one – imagine optimizing every single person’s performance?
Keeping this in mind, are you treating people as the valuable resources they are (customers, clients, prospects, investors, sponsors, and last but definitely not least, staff)?
Would you like to find out how to use these resources better, more optimally and profitably?
The solution lies within… within you and within your organization.
Getting to the truth
The problem is, the bigger and the more serious the issue, the less likely your staff will tell you about it even if you ask them. They are even likely to deny anything is wrong… you know like when you ask your spouse “What’s wrong?” and the say “Nothing!” but the atmosphere is thick enough to cut with a knife and the face is either totally expressionless or looks like a thunderstorm. Then you know the time has come to keep a v-e-e-r-y-y low profile or all hell will break loose….
This is where you need a gauge to measure the temperature before the situation explodes. Find out how to get to the bottom of things…..Do an assessment of your staff ro find out what their disposition is and how they feel about you and the organization. See here Staff Audit
… In most cases, things can very easily be turned around…
Threats to business
In some cases it might need a bit more work, but in all cases there is much to gain to find out how your workers feel about the people they work with and the organization they work for. Assessing your workers’ disposition will highlight discrepancies between what you know and what you think you know, but don’t. Risk areas, potential threats, weaknesses, and accidents waiting to happen will also be identified, as well as misconduct, if there is any.
… An ounce of prevention is better than a pound of cure, and it’s also much less disruptive to business….
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