With few exceptions, the ultimate purpose for which a company is created is to generate profit. To obtain this, it is not only necessary to have efficient processes and mechanisms, but to align them with the team that manages and enables this.
Put the focus solely on the technical aspects of the company and on the cost figures, sales or profits (productivity ) is very tempting, because they are easy to measure, one can design mechanisms to facilitate their control, and also they relate directly and naturally with the main objective of the Organization. But it´s voluntarism to think that results will continue to be achieved in medium or long term if during the process you sacrifice the people that generate these results.
On the contrary, a management style focused solely on a good atmosphere and on the relationship between people (positivity) runs the risk of becoming inefficient, by losing the productive tension by avoiding a directive behavior in order not to damage the relationships. And this goes against the profits.
The balance between productivity and positivity has consequences that go beyond the sustainable benefits. It stimulates the sense of belonging, it promotes talent retention, it reduces rotation, it encourages commitment and responsibility and it serves as a model to other areas of the Organization. In other words, it combines the " know-how " with " want to do ".
WE OFTEN FEEL THE PLEASANT SENSATION OF NOT GOING TO WORK,
BUT GOING TO ENJOY IT