is what you get to hear more often than not, from the employees or your colleagues,
when you ask them how much work they have in the day.
Most have a tendency of making sounds, “uff, fooh” and so on every now and then,
As if they are having the most torment times of their lives 😉
Either coming from the lack of work ethics that they have been conditioned to,
Simply because of the time pass mentality, that one has got into a habit of doing something for no other reason but to spend sometime somewhere,
Takes a no brainer to understand, that there is something not right,
May be as a company culture we are not hitting the right chords,
The next obvious is to ask,
what that might be,
from where are such tendencies evolving,
how can it be resolved?
First thing first, you go back to the drawing board from where it all started.
You soon realize that the very process of hiring has to have those in-built ingredients.
At a practical level, no matter how good the HR or psychological counselor you hire,
There would be certain aspects which will only evolve with time,
No matter how much a candidate convinces you that he/she is motivated enough,
It will soon get reflected in the work ethics on demo in due course of time,
Always a good thing to keep oneself open and flexible as a leader to accepting, realizing and acting upon new aspects of this dynamics,
The biggest and key challenge for a leader is to make sure that each one in his/her team is constantly excited about the vision,
Creating enough tasks to keep reinforcing the thought regarding the fruition of the vision,
Giving clear cut responsibilities to each and everyone,
Making sure that the most irresponsible in the team is given responsibility for them to mature and get mentored in the scheme of things,
It’s easy to let go and very tough to make something work,
Which requires constant endeavor, immense amount of patience and a grit and determination that goes beyond every other thing that matters to a leader,
To handle that much much that ensues in this beautiful journey of achieving one’s vision in life 🙂
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