Houston employee benefit broker

Houston employee benefit broker


Houston employee benefit broker

By sharing power and giving up control, managers express implicit trust in their employees’ ability to do a good job and the motivation to do it well. Sharing control demonstrates trust and builds employee contribution. HR professionals seeking means for using control creatively and flexibly should start by considering the following Houston employee benefit broker questions.

Where is work done?

How is work done?

What work is done?

When is work done?

Who does that work?

As long as employees understand and are committed to their firm’s goals, decisions over the means of accomplishing those goals may be shared.

It is not surprising that many employees who tart small Houston employee benefit broker firms after leaving large ones, either voluntarily or involuntarily, end up working longer hours and enjoying it more. One reason for this increased work satisfaction despite the longer hours is that the owners of a Houston employee benefit broker business (a restaurant, a consulting service, or whatever) have control over their work. They and no one else decides how much work to do and when to do it.


When employees feel personally committed to a project or a company, they are more likely to work hard to accomplish their goals. When employees are asked to recall a time when they face enormously high demands (for example, a tough schedule or a difficult customer) and to articulate their feelings about working to accomplish those demands, almost unanimously they cite their sense of commitment to a common vision. Employee commitment often comes from a leader who shared a clear vision that passionately communicates an agenda and intent. Executives with such visions provide employees with direction and resources that increase their resolve to cope successfully with increased Houston employee benefit broker demand.

A demonstration of senior management commitment also translates into added resources for employees. When George Fisher became chairman of Eastman Kodak, one employee commented that Kodak had for years undertaken many quality improvement and efficiency initiatives, but that Fisher really was serious. This employee’s feeling was that while the language remained the same, the passion and dedication behind it were new. He also commented that many other Houston employee benefit broker employees were excited and energized by the new leadership dedication.


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