SPEAKER AND CONSULTANT
Objectives for You:
2. Valuing and
3. A Health Detachment
4. Creating Excess
6. Goal Setting
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These may apply to your Corporation or Organization
Research has shown that stress is a major factor in producing a lower productivity level in the workplace. Wouldn't you agree?
In the workplace, when stress goes up, profit goes down. Would you agree with me?
When people are stressed, do you agree that they do not work to their full potential?
Do you agree that employees who are stressed are less happy and less satisfied at the workplace?
Would you like greater productivity of your employees and are you interested in their well-being?
If they say yes to all these points, then you say you will need to have a workshop about replacing stress with profit.
Dr. Gordon, the founder of The Monetary Stress Institute, has designed a system and technique which he has taught his participants that stress or lack of profit are thoughts, and thoughts are within us. If we take control of our thought process we can reduce our stress. Everything depends on the way we look at the situation.
Dr. Gordon gives the participants the tools to be able to reduce their stress. Dr Gordon teaches how to achieve financial goals with breakthrough in mind. He teaches creative thinking that will get the participants and their organization to where they want to go.
In his workshop, he will be introducing a new language that will help the participants to make the distinction between the reality and their thoughts, which will help them to create what they want.
Once the participants learn how not to be stressed about their monetary situation or the financial situation of the company, they can be open to create something completely new, a new attitude that will bring with it more profit.
The participants feel empowered and focused, which brings the
best out in each person. It is bringing the real person that they are to
the world, the person that they want to express before too many things
got in their way. It helps them to focus and have clarity about goals
Empowerment brings the best out in each person or each employee.
It is bringing the “real you” to the world, the part that you want to express but too many things got in your way. It helps you to focus and have clarity about goals and missions.
Once you are focused and empowered, you can produce and achieve your highest potential. You will not waste any more time on work and matters that are nonessential. Even if you start focusing on a very small project or idea, your success in that project will be so great that it will be easier to duplicate it and expand later on into many more areas. Success in one field will have a ripple effect on many other fields. This in turn will create a projection of excellence, empowering you and creating better results exponentially.
Empowerment cannot be created by constant extrinsic help. Even benefits like increased salary will not help (except perhaps for a month or two). During this process the employers have to find how to ignite the intrinsic power that exists within each person. Empowerment takes the command away from one commander and makes us our own commanders for the overall betterment of the company. In empowerment, the goal is to empower the employees, not to control them. If you try to control employees, they usually rebel by not agreeing to follow directions, and trying to gain control by doing other dissatisfying things. Amounts of money that are spent, the kind of furniture that is bought, can be controlled, but people cannot be controlled. Be empowered to do your best.
Empowering is not giving individuals power that they do not have. It motivates us to use our own power. Empowering doesn't mean taking away the boundaries and letting everyone do what they want. If everyone just does what he or she wants, the organization will revert to unempowering them, because there is no direction. Create boundaries, create a goal, create a mission statement, and be motivated to work within the framework the best that we can do.
Empowering is teaching others not to be dependent. When people understand that they are empowered, they are motivated to act better. When you are empowered, you perform better. Empowering is the boss giving up control but still keeping the responsibility to guide things to happen.
Empowerment will make things happen the way they are supposed to happen. Empowering is also letting everyone express what they want to do which will also be in alliance with what is best for the company. If you are obliged only to work with the goal of the company without expressing your own desires, the achievement will be very low. However, if all the employees have their own mission statements within the company, they will perform much better.
Empowerment is the opposite of judgment. Judgment is based on being right or wrong, which is subjective; there are not just one or two but many sides to very complicated issues. Sometimes it is hard to understand another until you see his point of view. The problem with judging is that it will bring others to react defensively and put their energy into a direction we do not want. If you act out fear guilt or shame as a consequence of judgment, your reactions will subside after a while and the judgment will not have any effect anymore.
The Chinese say that to lead people you have to walk behind them. The best leaders are leaders whose employees say we did it ourselves.
Complete the following worksheet, creating a sense of responsibility. You might get ideas that you never thought about. Just the act of writing about the problem and writing down possible solutions will improve the situation tremendously. (If you want I can supply you with worksheets.)
Recent research shows that employees are not only interested
in raises; usually raises change their satisfaction level only for a short
while. However, other benefits that they choose and their input in the
workplace usually create much more satisfaction. Employees who are happier
at the workplace will achieve more and will contribute more.
A sample of one of the worksheets used during the workshop:
1. What do you enjoy at your work?
2. What do you value about your work?
3. What would you like to do more on your job?
4. What kind of challenges would you like to have at your work?
5. What special experience and knowledge can you contribute to your
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