18 Apr 2020

The Key to Success- Positive Work Environment

A positive work environment always supports its employee if a positive organisational work environment aids in the employee engagement. Positive environment results in healthy competition, supportive peers, celebrate failures and learn from success.
Because of positive Working environment there is a positive impact on the job satisfaction of the employees. Bad working conditions create a hindrance in employees to portray their capabilities and attain their full potential, so eventually imperative that organisation realize the importance of a good working environment. Work culture is an intangible ecosystem that makes some places great to work and other places toxic. In a nutshell, the working environment of an organisation is what constitutes to its work culture. Whether it is school, college or work place it is widely understood that a positive ambience can make or mar your performance. No matter how talented and smart you are, you can work to the best of your capabilities and creative skills when you are surrounded by an encouraging environment that value human resource.

This is why in adverse condition also work culture or positive work environment is so important in bringing out the best from your employees even. Negativity not only kills creativity and the zeal of performing but also it does not allow an employee to develop a sense of affection and ownership with the organisation.

Human beings are very simple and a positive work environment impacts the way they think, act and reflect. According to Andrew Carnegie, “You must capture and keep the heart of the original and supremely able man before his brain can do its best.” Employees who are engaged at work will be more than willing to help out when the company they work for pursues a noble cause. When employees are engaged at work, they feel a connection with the company. They believe that the work they’re doing is important and therefore work harder.

There are several characteristics that make up good, healthy working relationships:

  • Trust
  • Mutual Respect
  • Mindfulness
  • Welcoming Diversity
  • Open Communication
  • Cooperation

This short article tries to comunicate that Healthy jobs and workplaces benefit workers and employers, customers and shareholders, citizens and society but to Creating healthy workplaces along with the positive attitude there requires changes in organizational culture, systems and practices.

Author -
Dr. Deepmala Singh
Assistant Professor(Mgmt)
LBEF Campus