A robust workforce is the greatest asset of a company. It is thus imperative to maintain a congenial work culture to ensure the retention of such workforce. This not only helps accelerate the performance of an organization, but also helps bring immense success. However, creating, implementing, and consistently maintaining such a work culture can be quite a Herculean task, but fret not as we are here to aid you. We at thinkbridge have successfully vanquished all snags that came our way, and today we stand tall as one of the most eminent organizations that boasts of an unparalleled, friendly work environment in a completely virtual setup.
Here we would like to mention that we take our eNPS and NPS scores very seriously. We endeavor to achieve the very best in all realms, be it the success of our organization, or the satisfaction of our hard-working executioners.
So today we would like to offer you a sneak peek of our top 5 secret tips that helped us foster a congenial work environment.
Below is a succinct, albeit an effective guide formulated by our expert executioners and executives on some great practices that can be implemented to ensure an amicable work culture.
- Develop a positive attitude. This is the be-all and end-all of having a great work culture and a successful organization. Executioners usually yearn for positivity. A positive attitude is essential to an enjoyable and comfortable workplace. A positive attitude also enhances productivity and helps multiply clientele as individuals usually appreciate somebody whose more affable, and easy to talk to. Furthermore, being positive is the golden key to walking through all hindrances. Also, as the Law of Attraction states – “like attracts like”, so don’t forget to carry your positivity for attracting a strong, like-minded team of executioners. We at thinkbridge have an eye not just for talent, but we also scout for positive and gregarious individuals as it is great fun to work with such executioners.
- Give Respect. We need to give respect to get respect. Make sure to treat all your peers and other executioners with the utmost respect, even if you don’t share the same work principles as them. Please remember that all executioners of your organization together constitute a team, and respect is the most basic, albeit an absolute essential requirement that you must offer. Also, once you give respect, then that would go a long way in developing great relations and trust. This in turn would help you upscale your business.
- Be a Good Listener. Great communication is the key to creating a congenial work environment. Communication is a bilateral process, so the company should be a good listener. Also, do make sure to encourage both your peers and team executioners to share their thoughts and insights on various projects and other business matters. This helps foster an affable work environment where everyone contributes effectively. In regards to thinkbridge, we have robust communication channels. All of our executioners are free to communicate with each other and there is a phenomenal exchange of ideas, thoughts and more via Microsoft Teams. Our talented executioners work hand in hand with each other, and to be honest, the physical divide has rather been an effective perk for us in fostering great communication.
- Don’t Forget to Appreciate. When your fellow team members accomplish some task, or if they complete a taxing project, don’t ever forget to appreciate them. Acknowledge their efforts and praise them as that would boost their morale. They would not only feel delighted, but would rather be all the more motivated to outshine their current performance and attain higher benchmarks. This in turn would help your business, and would also help you build great relations with your fellow executioners. We at thinkbridge have devised an array of the finest and most distinct ways via which we ensure to appreciate our talented executioners. Our executioners are primarily not burdened with heaps of work. They also hold the complete liberty of working at their leisure. However, in addition to this, we offer absolutely brilliant and regular appraisals via our Circle of Growth program. There’s an additional anniversary bonus, our executioners can take unlimited paid off without any worrisome salary cuts, and we also offer birthday and anniversary announcements. Doesn’t this sound amazing? Well our executioners are truly a treasure trove for us. We therefore leave no stone unturned to cherish our association with them. And the biggest way in which we appreciate our employees is that we have obliterated all barriers. Our executioners have successfully donned various hats and have performed to the best of their abilities and so the sky is the limit at thinkbridge.
- Know Your Executioners. You must try to know your peers and fellow executioners. Understand who they are as a person. You should know their interests, personalities, background, family, and culture. This helps build great relations and makes your other team members feel a part of the organization. We at thinkbridge have ensured to ingrain this in our organization. Our knowing the executioner is not just limited to the selection process, but with each opportunity for communication, we try to understand and delve deep into the personalities of our executioners. We also organize regular physical meetups for this purpose. And trust us that if you crack this code of knowing your executioners, then your organization shall in no time skyrocket to success.
This is it from our side. However, before we wrap this up, we would like to mention that creating a congenial workplace is a continuous and perennial process. You might come across some snags, but remember not to turn a blind eye to those minuscule concerns. Instead, make sure to acknowledge, address, and overcome those with aplomb so that over time, your workspace emits a cordial and amiable ambience. However, should you still have any further doubts or questions then please don’t hesitate to contact our expert executioners and the founders of thinkbridge, Sai Ganesh (email@example.com) and Anand Krishnan (firstname.lastname@example.org).