Harmony In The Workplace
By Cheval John
In day-to-day business, the goal is to generate enough profit that will allow the owners of the company to pay their employees and also pay themselves.
The only question is if the people that run the businesses will achieve those goals of making a profit the right way or the wrong way.
If an owner of a company only see their employees as a commodity, then they will not treat them right and that can lead to an unhappy workplace.
Examples would be not paying them for their worth or using their title to instill fear into their workers that will take out the free will out of them.
This is probably why there is a tension between the older generation of workers and the millennial workforce.
Most of the older generation are not willing to adapt to the new way that work is happening.
Like collaboration with fellow co-workers.
The question is “Can A Workplace Have Harmony?”
I believe a workplace can have harmony.
And companies are spending a whole ton of money to bring in consultants to teach about leadership and how to make sure that there is workplace harmony.
S. Chris Edmonds is one of those consultants who teaches leaders in companies about how to have a great workplace.
I had the opportunity to interview Mr. Edmonds about his work as a speaker, consultant and his latest book, “The Culture Engine” on “What’s The Word?
You can listen to the interview here.
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