Sometimes it may seem like employees are unmotivated. Or maybe you get the impression that your supervisors are not sure what they are doing. Perhaps there is not enough accountability or business is just flat. Is it the economy? Is training needed? Maybe you just want to fire a bunch of people and start over...but what will keep the same problems from occurring again if you haven't fixed the real issues?
Many organizations actually think replacing people will fix the problem, and while a small percentage of the time it might, you can't afford trial and error. It will cost you a fortune to keep replacing people without identifying the cause of your problems.
Then there are organizations that just throw training at a problem hoping it will fix it without really knowing if they're even addressing the right problem. The truth is, if the training is addressing the right problem it still needs follow-up, which most trainers and training organizations do not provide.
Training follow-up assures behavioral changes are actually taking place. Otherwise trainees just return to their workstations and start repeating the same poor or mediocre behavior. The kind of problems that may be holding your organization back are usually systemic and quite often are rooted in performance management. Perhaps your problems even start in your onboarding process. If you don't have an onboarding process you are starting off with a problem even before any performance management occurs.
If you contact me we can have a "no-obligation" conversation to see if I can help or make some suggestions that might assist you (at no charge). If what we discuss makes sense and you feel I could help you we can talk about the advantages of using my services further.
Let's be honest, if you have some of the problems I've mentioned my services will probably pay for themselves ten fold by improving your organization's productivity, morale, employee retention, and ultimately your bottom line.