Solutions - Happy Employees
Of your three business pillars, Happy Employees is the most significant one.
- When employees are happy, work gets done
- When employees are happy, clients have fun
- When employees are happy, a business is healthy
Gavin had 12 employees who were all highly qualified, but tasks and deadlines were still being missed. Meanwhile, Gavin spent most of his time fixing rather than creating. He asked me to develop a management plan, and we consulted with key employees in order to design their roles, their KPIs, and their cooperation. Now Gavin spends his days on clients and growth, not fires and fixes.
Contact me to discuss your needs and my Happy Employees consulting package, which includes 4 meetings, about 4 hours of homework, and costs $3500.-
You will receive a final mission statement, 3 guiding principles, and an organizational chart with roles and responsibilities described.
Any one person can not do everything that has to be done in a business. Whether you are managing two people or two hundred, the point is the same: to get things done.
Don't rely on mind-reading or osmosis to lead your team. Build an organizational structure that makes everybody excited, productive, and happy to be there.
Then you, too, deserve to be a happy employee.
This package is about managing workflow, results, and accountability. Whether you have one employee or 50, you still need to run a full business and need this structure in place.
Define your roles first.
Hiring is expensive, time consuming, and risky. Make sure you are hiring for the correct role, and looking for the best person for the job.
Contact me to work on an org chart and role description you can have confidence in.
Employees stay when they are having fun, and they are having fun when they have direction, good recognition, and can see that they are making a difference.
Using a role-based approach to building job descriptions allows each employee to use and develop their strongest skills, while still getting everything done that you want to see.
If you have to ask...
Being kind to your employees is important. But productivity requires more than kindness.
To see them happy at work, you have to give them direction, goals, and the right amount of freedom. Contact me to create a business process that balances all three.