Andy Core is an expert in Work-Life Balance, Well Being and Peak Human Performance.
A professional speaker suggests to companies that they should try to get a professional symbiotic relationship going with other companies to help lift your own employee’s morale. How, you ask? I don’t mean you invite competitors to your doorstep. I mean companies that will be beneficial to help keep your employees happy. This provides your company a morale boost, and gives their company additional revenue – a win-win situation for both parties.
For example, invite a guest concessionaire or two to your cafeteria once a month. This adds variety to the choices your employees can have during lunch. You can have hot pan pizzas being served during June, and then invite a waffle company to serve during July. A professional speaker even adds that you can additionally get your employees involved by getting ideas from them or having polls as to which guest concessionaire they want serving them food next. This will keep your employees happy, and continue to establish good rapport and build company loyalty.
Another good idea is invite a spa or a gym to set up shop at your company. This not only promotes your workplace wellness balance, it helps keep your employees in tip-top mental and physical shape, as well as reduce their stress levels for improved productivity in the workplace.
There are many different ideas for improving your company, but you can’t do everything alone. Sometimes, it’s just smarter to invite other companies to your building so that you can support each other. As they say, a group is greater than the sum of its parts. This is why a professional speaker suggests you try to invite other companies to form a partnership with your own.
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