Satisfied employees are more motivated and definitely more engaged!

There is a growing concern in companies today that employees are not satisfied with their working environment. Burnout is at an all-time high and corporations are suffering in the area of profits.

According to many reports, employees who feel satisfied, valued, and happy at work typically do far better than those who feel disgruntled or overlooked. These findings have led many corporate officers to implement “positive psychology” techniques in their workplaces. Some of these techniques require professional expertise to carry out, and Randall Birnberg has the experience, knowledge and expertise to carry them out.

The driving force behind workplace positive psychology is the notion that happier employees are more productive, more innovative, and create a more attractive working environment.

Employees may be motivated by many different things, but all crave recognition and praise. By making the commitment to express gratitude in the workplace, you seek out and focus on the positives in your life, and encourage others to do the same.

  • Tools

    Provide management and staff with the tools to be more satisfied on the job

  • Address Burnout

    … and trust issues by providing staff with appreciation and techniques on gratefulness

  • Skills

    Build confidence and coping skills in stressful situations

  • Feedback

    Constructive feedback techniques that enhance employee performance

  • Co-Operation

    Demonstrate how to develope co-operation rather then compitition among employees

  • Positive Relationships

    Encourage positive relationships between indivisduals designed to build character strengths

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