With many reports predicting that celebrations can cost organisations upwards of 30% in lost productivity. This is a very hot topic as organisations careen head first into the ‘silly season’ and all its celebrations.
Employees have to cope with the conflicting demands of deadlines and festivities. Many organisations and in particular their Human Resources Departments are in search of information that supports intelligent ways to keep productivity levels up at this time.
With over 16 years of experience guiding organisations to success Award winning Corporate Training Consultants Happening People are in a prime position to offer advice on navigating the way through the season unscathed.
Happening People’s Managing Director Samuel Day responded ‘The silly season has the potential to cost organisations millions of dollars if the celebrations and extra social engagements get out of hand. I encourage all business leaders and managers to focus on their people, their people’s health and well being during this time and to plan for a great Christmas period and 2013.”
Happening People are preparing to set new readership records set as they launch their latest blog which is sure to be a seasonal smash hit, How to Let Go and Enjoy The Festivities While at Work.
Since the launch of their weekly blog Happening People have trebled their readership as they offer ‘How to Tips’ on a huge range of business areas to business leaders and employees around the globe. This week’s blog is no different and the advice is just as practical and as ‘can do’ as every other week.
This week Happening Peoples Blog offers this stellar advice to assist organisations stay on track over the festive season. (See a copy of the blog below or visit http://blog.happeningpeople.com )
1. Tidy up loose ends
2. Think about goal setting and resolutions
3. Send out the Thank You’s
4. Take some time out
5. Think of Others
6. Think Healthy Before you Over indulge
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Happening People helps clients take control of their performance and that of their people by understanding the needs of the client and tailoring a specific learning program to achieve greater performance.
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