Workplaces are all too often hotbeds of disharmony. Even when employees love what they do, they’re bound for unhappiness when they can’t get work effectively with their colleagues, managers and associates. This is especially relevant when they feel they are being bullied or undermined by their superiors, or when they are out of sync with those around them.
Meanwhile, employers pay the price as well. Companies spend large sums of money each year trying to replace employees who didn’t work out. Profitability and productivity decrease when people are unhappy. They don’t produce their best work and are less likely to put in the time and effort that their managers expect.
The problem is primarily a question of understanding. All of us see the world through our own lens, which may not be in accord with the viewpoint of those around us. If we lack insight into what makes our colleagues and others tick, problems and misunderstandings are inevitable.
The ancient practice of Feng Shui has enabled flow, happiness, prosperity, peace and harmony in home and work environments for 5,000 years. Based on the five primordial elements that are present in everything, it is used in home and harmonious and prosperous workplace. These very same principles are applicable to companies, and they can allow for similar positive results in the corporate sphere. Understanding and utilizing the positive energy of the elements can enhance relationships, create productive flow, increase retention of good people, enable them to excel as individuals and teams, and utilize their skill base in a work environments to stimulate the flow of chi.
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Our licensed facilitators are available to provide you or your organization with tailor-made training. Please contact us to be connected with a facilitator today.
Our next training seminar for facilitators will take place online in the fall of 2017. Completion of the course includes training materials and a one-year license as a certified Work Your Element™ Facilitator. More information to come in the spring.