- Bobishka's the chef for your little shop.
- She's mad at your company.
- Her performance drains.
- Mad workers: Slow Workers.
- Happy workers: Rock Star Workers.
Then, get this:
- The happier the worker, the more she'll tell you how much she loves your company.
- The angrier the worker, the more she'll go behind your back ridiculing you, your company, and your children.
Result of The Angry: Company turmoil caused by drainage in morale, resulting in Super-Sucky Bottom-Line.
"OH NOES!! So how should I serve them?!"
Think back to where you excelled like a crazy person; you likely got:
- all the stuff you needed to do your work
- an awesome support system that helped you excel
- managers laying out the red carpet so you can rock your brilliance
So, what do your employees need to perform?
- resources to do their work
- support to do their work
- freedom to do their work
The more you serve them:
- the more you'll boost their performance
- the more you'll skyrocket employee morale
- the more you'll fatten that bottom line
In other words:
- Treat employees like their Kings of Your Company.
- See the magic.
Think of a top-down pyramid.
- The CEO's at the bottom; the front-line employees at the top.
- The CEO serves everybody above her like they're her Kings.
For instance, your badass-ity would dump the traditionally-pathetic-manager-employee social relationship, and adopt these mofos:
- "Hey, you have all you need?"
- "How can I improve my skills to manage better?"
- "Do you have any concerns I can address?"
- "What can I do to make you ridiculously perform?"
- "Can I get you some @!#$%$# horchatas?"
In other words, when you become their little bizattchi:
- You create the ideal environment where employees can succeed.
- You constantly fine-tune that environment per your Kings' feedback so they'll excel like rock stars in speedos.
Freakish increase in efficiency/morale/bottom-line/love: CHECK!
Serve them like effin' kings of your ridiculous world.
Posted on May 26
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