Do you have one of those days at work where you or your coworkers feel down and disengaged? Do you struggle to bring the energy back into the workplace?
We all have one of those days, where for some unforeseen reason, we don't have the energy that we usually have and don't perform at our usual best.
To get around this, this article suggest four actions that you can take personally and as a leader.
Do you agree with the actions suggested? And what would you add to this list?
How much energy do you have at work? Do you feel invigorated and engaged or down and disengaged? To understand how this works, think of people in your workplace who buoy you up, who lift your spirits. What do they do? What do they say? Some people are energizing because they give off positive vibes. Here are four actions you can take personally and as a leader. Build High-Quality Connections. By definition, high-quality connections generate relational energy. Create Energizing Events. Organize and run events with an explicit focus creating energy, not just delivering content, products, or services. Use Tools that Promote a “Giver” Culture. The act of helping someone at work creates energy in the form of positive emotions — the “warm glow” of helping. Try Mapping Relational Energy. Organizational network surveys map the invisible network behind the organizational chart.