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7 Ways to Promote Optimism at Corporate Level

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The optimistic workplace is a place where employees have hope and believe that their hard work will be recognized and rewarded. It comes about when we look for what’s right in the workplace and what’s possible to achieve. Unfortunately, many of us still narrowly focus on all that’s wrong with where we work and what we do. When we do this, it’s difficult for optimism in the workplace to emerge. Here are 7 tips for employers to help their staff stay optimistic no matter what challenges may arise.

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7 Ways to Promote Optimism at Corporate Level

  1. 1. 7 WAYS TO PROMOTE OPTIMISM AT A CORPORATE LEVEL © Avery Eisenreich Help your employees stay optimistic no matter what challenges may arise with these 7 tips.
  2. 2. Assume the Best Teach your employees to believe in themselves and in the ability of their team to create positive results. Assuming the best is also vital to achievement and is the foundation of professional growth and corporate success. 1.© Avery Eisenreich
  3. 3. Build Relationships Promote the building of relationships with coworkers, associates and managers because it will help make the work environment feel more inviting and rewarding for everyone. It will also make everyone feel more supported in their work duties, which can help reduce stress. © Avery Eisenreich 2.
  4. 4. Concentrate on One Task at a Time Remind staff to concentrate on one task at a time because it will help them stay motivated and focused. Multitasking is impractical and counterproductive as it leads to inefficiency, frustration and the loss of valuable time. © Avery Eisenreich 3.
  5. 5. Set Realistic Goals Set goals that are within reach of achieving alongside your staff members. Setting SMART goals will reinforce the goal setting process and help them continue to make progress in coming months. © Avery Eisenreich 4.
  6. 6. Encourage Creativity Encourage staff to take a unique and inventive approach to their tasks and brainstorm on any creative task they’re given. © Avery Eisenreich 5.
  7. 7. Hold a Positive Outlook A positive outlook is crucial when you're trying to reach your goals. Remind employees to surround themselves with optimistic people who value the work they do, want to see them succeed and will help them maintain a positive outlook. © Avery Eisenreich 6.
  8. 8. Promote Individuality Create a positive, non-competitive work environment where individual strengths are valued and empowered. © Avery Eisenreich 7.
  9. 9. © Avery Eisenreich PLEASE FOLLOW AVERY EISENREICH: Twitter: @NJHealthPro LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/pub/a very-eisenreich/b2/6b5/4a0 Blogs: http://avery- eisenreich.com http://healthcare- newjersey.com/author/avery- eisenreich/

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