The successful young businessman Metin Liçis began his speech with these words. “What we must not forget when systemic change is attempted or in the face of uncertainty is that employees are the driving force behind transformation. ”
The daunting list of short- and medium-term priorities:
- Protection of income,
- Identifying opportunities and
- He said It had to be assessed.
So to start growing
- Make the right investments
- Adopt new processes,
- So he suggested decarbonizing the company.
Underneath all of this, the goal of long-term success (among others) requires you to recognize that you will need to rethink the work model and even the business model.
Strengthen the strategy + companies and people, recognizing that enterprise and labor factors are essential to the success of business transformations and the survival of the company.
1-Do your employees have representation and the right to choose? Do they think their work makes a difference? Are they paid fairly?
2-Know the warning signs of resignation.
3- Finally, enable transformation by creating a corporate culture that allows employees to express themselves, collaborate effectively and come back without problems when an initial plan does not work.
1-The power of empowerment
Empowered employees feel a sense of autonomy, influence, trust and meaning at work. So when employees have power and choice, they are happier, more committed to your organization and less stressed.
2-The importance of meaning
Be aware that employees who lack meaning and belonging at work are more likely to quit. One of the main determinants of empowerment is meaning.
3- The Secret Sauce of Transformation
Successful transformations often require a culture change for improvements to last. At the heart of culture change are new behaviors that tend to empower individuals and teams.
“The work concerns the daily search for meaning as well as the daily bread.”
Metin Liçis concluded by saying: “When companies create the organizational conditions for empowered employees to make a difference, it’s a win-win situation, investing in empowerment and empowering employees to become change agents rather than passengers.