New Year, New Mindset

New Year, New Mindset – Motivational Concepts To Share With Your Business Employees to Increase Productivity for the New Year and During the Year!

Now more than ever, it is important to keep employees motivated. Motivated employees tend to work more effectively, efficiently, and even have higher attendance, as well as, higher work satisfaction ratings. 

Start by using Guy Bavli, an inspiring Motivational Speaker, Mentalist and Corporate Presenter.  For over 30 years, Guy Bavli presented his unique talent and inspiring performances in front of millions of people all around the world. His powerful presentation will motivate your team and inspire productivity.

Corporations are constantly providing bigger, better and more innovative benefits to employees. In as much, if you want to keep your good employees around, incorporating some new motivational concepts to your workplace is a must. Not only will they stick around, they’ll be more productive and inspired to do a great job!

In the meantime, small changes can be a great start to trigger big results. Here are a few of the best, simple ways to motivate employees, improve employee efficiency and support overall professional and personal development in your staff. 

New Year, New Mindset 

Synergy in the workplace exists when all of the parts work together for the greater goal, with teamwork. This is much more achievable when there is a motivated staff. Help them bring purpose and meaning to their work and their personal life. You can do that by gathering them in small or larger groups and target a topic or goal to work on every period of time.

Bringing a professional motivational speaker, is another way to trigger the inner powers and take your company to the next step.  Guy Bavli not only speaks about techniques and tells stories of success. We have all seen that done many times already. 

What makes Bavli different from many others Keynote Speakers and Corporate Entertainers is that he gives the audience the ability to experience first-hand impossible situations and phenomena’s that show them in real time that they can!  Talking about the problem and showing how you had success, will not give them the push. When someone can do something that he thought was impossible, only minutes ago, in front of his colleagues, his endorphins will suddenly kick in and he will feel confident to be and do better in work and life.   Guy Bavli believes that we cannot be who we are not.  BUT we can be better than what we are… and this small step to be better along with immediate success triggers the individual to do it again and retain the feeling of “WE CAN!”

Set small, measurable goals

How can the staff be more efficient or productive if there are no clear measures of efficiency or productivity? Work with your team to develop goals with specific measurable steps. Set up a system where tasks are clearly delineated and identified. Make specific flow charts with ascending goals. Goals become bigger and larger in scope as smaller goals are crossed off. 

Set realistic goals, small steps that are easy to reach.  Each step builds up to the next one, and the next after. Successfully completing tasks helps to cultivate a sense of accomplishment. 

Celebrate and reward 

Now that you’ve got some clear goals or ‘achievements’ in place and the staff knows what they are working towards, celebrate success! Reward progress and reward milestones. Acknowledge effort towards goal completion. Recognize individuals for superb work. Offer increasingly valuable rewards for increasingly important goal achievement. 

Promote Teamwork

Although it seems obvious, cultivating a sense of team, throughout the staff is highly correlated with increased productivity in the workplace. Even if individuals work on separate tasks, just the feeling of being on a team is important. It gives employees a sense of comradery and support. Foster group bonding activities and let them know each other by doing events outside of work. Bonding and teambuilding are key to creating a family at work rather than individuals working together. 
By bringing an activity once every now and then, to boost the knowledge but also to connect between people is a key element to creating a bond between people.  “By providing them with out of the box tools and knowledge, achievements and success will grow”, says Corporate Mentalist and Keynote speaker Guy Bavli.

Improve the setting

The business should create an environment that is enjoyable to be in. The physical office space and ambiance should be conducive to work, but also comfortable. Veer away from bright LED lights over bleak metal furniture. Strive to make a work setting that promotes communication among staff and feels welcoming for all the obstacles of life (not just work). Add some plants, posters, pictures of the team. Generate a positive environment, like a second home.

Work life/balance 

Encourage your staff to prioritize what is important. This starts with leading by example. Find ways to financially or otherwise promote good health and general well-being. Support and encourage staff to take and use (hopefully generous) paid time off. Be flexible. If your staff (the team you cultivated with the above motivational steps!) need a day off for a plumbing emergency, for an out of town visitor, for a second opinion by a doctor, let them have it. Likely, the other team members will be happy to fill in. Nothing is so important that your staff member should prioritize work over their own life. As long as they work toward the bigger picture and achieve their work goals, allow them the same in their personal life.

Health and mindfulness

Like work/life balance, this tip is directed at actually caring for the wellbeing of your staff members. Encourage your employees to empower themselves. Offer mindfulness training. Have motivational speakers or entertainer to offer some wisdom. Your employees will be more productive and stay for the long term if you treat them well and give them tools to be better at work AND in life!

Small Gift of Positivity

Sometimes, a small gift such a good motivational book every now and then, can give your staff a boost of appreciation and knowledge.  Guy Bavli’s best-selling book: “Smile for a Change” can be one of many examples. A book that teaches the importance of smile. A simple action that is free and natural that can change your mind set in a manner of seconds and turn your day from just another day to a happy and enjoyable one. (Contact Guy Bavli for a signed copy for your employees today!).

Improve Employee Motivation in  2020 

Let your new year be the year to motivate your employees. 

Introduce any or all of these simple motivational concepts to the workplace and you’ll see immediate results. Improvement in employee morale, motivation and even better attendance have been reported as a result of Guy Bavli’s Power of the Positive Mind Set. You can kick start the employee motivation process with a motivational presentation in your very own workplace. Master of the Mind, Guy Bavli has over 30 years of experience showing people how to harness the power of the mind to improve motivation, satisfaction, and achieve goals. 

Schedule a motivational show for your staff today.