Increase confidence in your business
Worldwide, March is a month to promote a better way of doing business and a month to prevent fraud. This means only one thing: the start of spring is a good time to increase awareness of abuse and dishonesty and a chance to strengthen the confidence of your business in the marketplace.
It's worth taking care of these two events. Increasing confidence in the company through goal-oriented principles, persistent pursuit of established plans can translate not only into achieving the best possible results and increasing sales, but also making your business more accommodating to consumers and employees. In understanding what goal-oriented work is, it is worth using a tools that increases productivity and employee retention, which is the ability of organizations to retain employees and even provides greater value for stakeholders.
What is a goal-oriented work environment?
Deeply embedded action for an objective that in turn has a positive impact on the lives of others is one of the essential features of a goal-oriented work environment. Companies pursuing a given goal often make deeper contact with consumers and their employees, and have an influential past (for example, in the form of supporting local communities or exposing their environmental impact). Goal-oriented work is also transparency and responsibility for everything the company does. This includes, for example, how a particular product is produced, taking into account its environmental impact, or a system of remuneration and treatment of workers.
How does a goal-oriented work environment affect an employee's experience?
At the point where a company gives employees policies and procedures that are consistent with their core beliefs, employees become more committed to the company's success. As a result, a goal-oriented company can increase its market share and thus: keep customers even more effectively. The recognition of the importance of the value, views or safety of workers also creates a bond of trust between employers and employees. When employees feel properly cared for, understood and listened to, they usually invest more time and attention for their work. People who work in a place that targets a goal and strive to implement actions to help achieve worthwhile outcomes are healthier and happier.
How to become a goal-focused company?
To become a goal-focused company, it makes sense to implement certain practices and principles in your daily activities and business plans.
Here are some ways from which you can start your actions:
act transparently and responsibly;
- use practices that show that you care about a given action;
make sure your goal is consistent with what you do (from hiring employees to company development);
encourage employees to express their ideas;
enter a system enabling employees to safely report harassment, misconduct and fraud.
If an employee is not comfortable walking up and talking to management, they can ignore serious ethical issues and dishonest behaviour rather than report them. This can lead to financial losses of your business and affect the experience of other employees and their confidence in your organization.
In order for an employee to feel safe and confident reporting inappropriate actions, it makes sense to create a place where he can express his concerns. One way to do this effectively is to have a submission channel for whistleblowers who, guided by the good of their workplace, concern for the interest of the organization, report information about suspected illegal or unethical activities. Having a place like this shows your employees that you care about them and are committed to improving the company's operations through active activities. A place to report irregularities protects not only your performance (also financial), but also your employees, giving them a sense of security and confidence that the company they work for is willing to do a lot to protect their employment and opinion. Remember that one serious fraud can affect your company and even result in bankruptcy and leaving your employees out of work.