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Mental Health Advice With Stan: 7 Tips to Improve Morale at Your Workplace

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It can be difficult improving morale within your company. It can also be challenging to try to please everybody and for everyone to do their job correctly.

As a result, here are some suggestions on how to improve morale at your company and work place.

  1. Get to know your employees

As a business manager, it is important to get a feel of every person who works with you. Take some time to get to know your employees and ask questions about what your employees may like or not like regarding your business.

  1. Treat people with respect

Treat your employees with the respect they deserve and don’t take advantage of them. Remind yourself that they are making money for you and that it is your responsibility to treat people with respect and kindness.

  1. Show that you care

Many managers and business owners are so busy that they neglect the personal wellbeing of their workers. Showing that you care about the people who work for you can gain loyalty from your workers and increase productivity.

  1. Be fair in your decision-making process

When making decisions regarding your employees, it is important to be fair. Making decisions that shows favoritism to certain individuals will create jealousy and bad morale for the rest of your employees.

  1. Share your success with others

Being cheap with your employees can cause resentment which will encourage some people to do just the bare minimum. If you want to increase productivity and morale, share your company’s monetary successes with your employees through various incentive programs.

  1. Communication is important

Talk with your employees on a regular basis to be sure everyone is doing what they are supposed to do. Making sure that everyone is on the same wavelength will save you time and money in the long run.

  1. Prepare for unexpected surprises

Sometimes, things happen that take everyone by surprise. Be flexible. When unexpected things happen, deal with them immediately.  Keep an open mind and learn to find the solution instead of complaining and making excuses. This is a great way to increase morale at your place of work.

Stan Popovich is a Penn State graduate and the nationally known anxiety author of “A Layman’s Guide to Managing Fear”— an easy-to-read  overcoming anxiety book that’s helped thousands of people to confidently  manage their persistent fears and anxieties. Stan has over 20 years of personal experience in dealing with fear and anxiety. For more free mental health advice visit Stan’s website at managingfear.com and read Stan’s articles and his blog. The above is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Mr. Popovich is not a medical professional. Always seek the advice of your physician or other qualified health providers with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition. Never disregard professional medical advice or delay in seeking it because of something you have read here.

May 20, 2020

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