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How Can Bosses Make Work More Exciting For Their Employees? - Finnegan Pierson - Blog

How Can Bosses Make Work More Exciting For Their Employees?

When your business prioritizes the happiness of its employees, they will be empowered, and productivity will increase. Most of the worker’s moods get drawn from the attitude of their manager. Even if the business reduces the working hours but still ill-treats its employees, they will be unhappy. Ensure that you treat all your workers with respect and professionalism.

Below are methods that you can use to ensure that work becomes more exciting to your employees. 


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Being a great listener is an essential and admirable quality that you should have as a boss. You should practice listening with intent when engaging your staff. Similarly, when talking to your team, be present, and create time for them. Avoid having pre-existing biases when listening. Instead, have an open mindset.

When you are biased, you will not listen to your employees. Furthermore, employees will be unhappy because they feel unappreciated. Thus, their morale and productivity at work will start to diminish. You can take a course to know the employee engagement ideas to help you interact well with your staff.

 As a boss, engage your employees often and ask them for bright ideas. Encourage them to participate and contribute their insights for the betterment of the business. When you listen attentively to your employees, they will be more open with you as you will have earned their trust.


As a leader, you should give your employees regular and detailed feedback. Regardless of the negativity or positivity of the feedback, it is still vital to communicate it to your workers. Doing so will enable you to create a work environment that they will enjoy.

You can pass around the employees’ cubes and check on them to see how they are faring on with work. Thus, they will feel appreciated and cared for by the organization. Furthermore, you can explain to them the importance of their work to the success of the business. When giving feedback, conduct it on a face-to-face level. You can go to their offices and provide them with inputs.

Connectivity To The Mission

As a manager, you should practice connecting the roles of employees to the goals of the business. Your employees will feel happy when they know that their jobs matter to the organization. When workers feel unappreciated, they will be cold in their operations, and this can reduce their productivity.

Learn ways that you can employ in connecting the roles of your workers to the mission of the organization. Make the goals and what you want to do for your business come out clearly in the job description of employees. Additionally, explain to them how their roles will fit in realizing the mission. 

Reasonable And Fair Pay

When your employees are getting paid well, they will be jovial. A worker can feel taken advantage of and unappreciated when they do not get fair salaries. When this happens, their productivity might reduce as they will be unhappy.

Ensure that you pay your workers fairly. Additionally, offer them promotions and the opportunities to build themselves. Train and provide the employees with courses to help them advance in their careers. When you do so, they will be enthusiastic about their jobs and put all their efforts into helping the company succeed.


Do not be an inflexible leader. When an employee faces a problem, be lenient, and put yourself in their shoes. Show compassion to your workers and avoid looking down upon them. When a worker reports late for work and offers valid reasons, understand them instead of punishing them.

When a business has a boss who is understanding, the working environment will be relaxed. Be flexible to the changes that may present themselves at your organization and act according to the present demands in the business. Thus, the productivity of your workers will increase as they will feel understood.

When your employees are well motivated, they will be happy. Treat your employees as humans rather than tools, and they will increase their level of productivity; thus, the business will be successful.

Publish Date: December 12, 2019 6:59 PM

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