In the past few years, many organizations faced a serious challenge of ‘job jumpers’. Employee engagement strategies are among the top priorities for employers and the management mistakenly thinks that it is difficult and complicated. But the truth is that keeping employees engaged is as simple as treating them exactly how you want to be treated. Organizing employee engagement training can prove very beneficial for your organization. You just ask your employees about their input and feedback. You can maintain open lines of open and genuine communication. Just help and support them as human beings and in their learning stage. Make effective strategies, target them, and engage them. It is as simple as that. To know more about click here https://lsaglobal.com/blog/how-to-avoid-decreased-engagement-for-tenured-employees/
Think you are trying to fight from the fire after you have read the book about firefighting or after going on a one-day training class about how to do it. Will you be able to do it?
Probably not, The truth is that the only way to become good at any skill is to practice and work on expert feedback. Many leaders and learners believe that overview of the skill is enough and mistakenly ignore the importance of practicing for improving the skills at the work.
Why Practice Matters?
To learn a new skill and to work on earlier performance needs practice and need adjustments. Achievement is only when you are trying and what works and what does not work.
Well, learning requires people to step out of their comfort zone and improve the behavior that they want to change.
Remember every expert is an expert because they practice a lot.
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Have you ever wondered what does customer focus simply means? It simply means, putting the customer at the center of your business, where you are focusing on customer needs first.
When you see the product through the lens of the customer, you look into the ide even further. It looks like now you are the customer and sometimes even your customers, customers. This makes you look through the eyes of the customer, and you understand their needs, wants aspirations and priority.
So, it is good to go with the skills that will increase your revenue, win rates and will ensure your sales team consistency. And for the same let us help you with some underutilized customer focused skills:
Clients desired outcomes: what you need to understand first is your client needs, what the client wants to achieve from your business and what is personal standpoint of him. Tell him what a successful solution will look like and cater to his needs.
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