Smart leaders recognize that although every person, regardless of title, role, or circumstances, has value. Whether or not they bring value depends on how closely aligned their individual talents, skills, and passions are with their role. The collision of personal satisfaction with maximum contribution elevates service and promotes engagement. Without a deeper understanding of the organization’s greatest asset, their employees, leaders will rely on superficial observation to make critical decisions in allocating resources.
Is the connection between the value possessed and value added important? Yes, indeed. Having the right people in the right place doing the right things for the right reasons is pivotal in realizing strategic goals. The practice of hiring and placing employees based solely on their ability to meet minimum criteria set forth in a cookie-cutter job description encourages a culture where good enough is good enough. It perpetuates a decline in service and an environment where excuses replace results.
Fulfilled, engaged employees are customer advocates and organizational ambassadors. Isn’t the dream of every organization to have employees who invest more than necessary…help more than asked…and find joy in their ability to contribute? A culture that values and aligns individual strengths and places human resources where they will most effectively exceed organizational expectations and expand the value they bring. Engaged employees become self-regulating, innovative partners and contributors.
Discover and align untapped resources, give them wings, and allow them to lift your organization to new heights.
Move beyond “good enough.” Schedule a Treasure Mapping© workshop for leaders in your organization.
• Institute processes to identify untapped resources
• Align individual talents, skills, and passions with opportunities
• Realize organizational efficiencies
• Create and sustain a culture of enriched engagement
• Drive consistent, pinnacle patient/customer experiences
• Increase cross departmental collaboration