A recent article in The Wall Street Journal covers creating a culture of action in the workplace. Creating a cycle of energy and results at work can be difficult, but it’s vital to business success and employee engagement.
“People who make things happen need to be praised and rewarded. People who don’t should be coached to change, or weeded out.”
At Financial Providence Group, we understand the importance of rewarding our agents who work hard and meet goals. Building momentum can be challenging, but once you’ve accelerated the potential of your employees, your numbers will reflect the change and your clients will notice.
The WSJ article talks about the importance of creating a “task force” to tackle problems. Instead of putting pressure on one employee to solve a big problem, it’s best to utilize the resources you have at various levels of your business. At Financial Providence Group we provide each of our agents with a network of support that goes all the way up the chain of command. Each of our agents, managers and leaders work together to solve challenges as a team.
In the final paragraph of the article, the author extols the benefits of experimenting and trying new things. There’s no one-size-fits-all approach to business. Each of our clients are different, and we’re dedicated to coming up with unique approaches to best serve their needs.
Each of these strategies combined create a company culture driven by action. If this sounds like an environment that will lead you to succeed, we invite you to contact us, or fill out our agent questionnaire.