Leaders should help employees find and define sources of purpose. These sources should illustrate that employees' engagement and commitment truly matter.
Leaders also need to help employees to find out more about the real meaning of their work. Employees need to be connected effectively to the defined purposes. This connection will give them an incentive to be more engaged in their work.
If the employees believe that their work positively impacts society, customers, the workplace, and even their own lives, they will find a chance to be purposeful at work.
Leaders should give employees a sense of meaning and purpose. They need to build up connections and communication channels. They should also create strong ties with the employees. Leaders should start to talk about how what employees do at work may help other people.
Leaders' attitude will encourage their employees to rethink what they do at work. Leaders need to build a sense of belonging as well. They should create an environment in which everyone benefits. Employees should feel that their work is purposeful and beneficial.
Leaders then need to develop programs that aim to show and share the impacts of employees' activities in their workplace. These programs may include periodic reports and meetings that inform employees about the customer's feedback.
Positive feedback will help them feel that their work has added real meaning to the company's activities.
The employees should also have the opportunity to listen to the stories of their colleagues and their impact on the workplace. Experience sharing and storytelling will help other employees feel better about the value of their work and its meaningfulness.
Employees need to share their stories about their work and its impact on their lives with each other. In addition, they should talk bout how their work may ease their personal life and help them make progress.
Great leaders need to show the employees that their work as a purposeful activity is appreciated. The ability to inspire and support employees to connect to the purposes, establish communication channels and; build relationships are among the most crucial leadership qualities.
We bring the latest topics and breakthroughs about organizational leadership research that you can find at the International Journal of Organizational Leadership. The journal is pleased to receive any manuscript pertinent to organizational leadership. We welcome any related submission to the International Journal of Organizational Leadership at: https://ijol.cikd.ca/contacts?_action=loginForm