On average, we spend 22% of our lives at work. And that is why it does not matter how we live this time, what feelings we experience, or what relationships we encounter on a daily basis. Because everyone wants to do their work in a friendly atmosphere.

Negativity, stress, bad relationships, unmanaged emotions and employee frustration have a negative impact not only on the performance of employees, but also on their health, satisfaction, loyalty and overall commitment to the company. Negative employees affect the whole team and therefore the overall workplace climate. However, a company’s reputation and image also depend on what employees say about the company in their environment. It’s a vicious circle. If employees spread negative information, the company lacks positive people full of enthusiasm, able to motivate and move the team forward. No amount of advertising will help a company if its employees don’t share its values with joy.

Profile of a model boss

The personality of the leader is reflected in the level of relationships between co-workers. The boss should therefore be a role model. Perceiving what is going on among subordinates is part of his job. If he wants to run the company well, he needs to know what the atmosphere in the workplace is like and to take note of it regularly.

When working with people, the hardest part is balancing the push and pull. The pressure is, for example, meeting deadlines, the scope and quality of the work. The leader must occasionally remind people that they forget some work that they find less enjoyable and therefore try to work around it. Or reminding them of the rules or returning unfinished work. Its role is to manage even negative feedback and give people reminders

On the other hand, a move is also needed. This means support. A good leader is able to advise subordinates well, they are not afraid to come to him because he is empathetic and helpful, he likes to communicate with them, he can understand them. These approaches help to build openness. Pressure and thrust should be in balance. The leader chooses the tactics that are needed at the moment.

There is a big difference between thinking positively and looking for solutions instead of obstacles. Or if your attitude is negative and only fear and doubt are running through your mind.

The right motivation

Each person is unique. Someone needs to be pushed, another needs to be praised more. A great leader can motivate thoughtfully. At the same time, he knows that what his subordinates need most at work is recognition. The aim is to bring the collective together.

When employees feel that their workplace is at least a bit like their second home, they love coming to work. Of course, the performance is also comparatively higher. And good managers know this very well, so they take care of their employees accordingly. Everything will come back to them several times over.

Our mind has no boundaries except those we give it. If trained well, it can create enormous wealth.

How do you set yourself up to be good at work?

Prevention is best. For stability in life we need 3 things. Decent work that ideally entertains us, at worst doesn’t bother us at all. Then there are the good relations with our closest ones and also the interests. If we feel good in all three areas, we feel stable.

Positive people tend to motivate colleagues, encourage them to succeed, help them overcome problems and meet common goals. That’s why it’s important for employees to feel comfortable in the company, to look forward to new challenges and for teamwork to work.

We are all masters of our destiny because we all have the ability to control our thoughts.