Towards the end of last year, the phenomenon that has been called “The Great Renunciation” began to take hold, linked to the work context and which seems to be developing in Spain more like “The Great Resignation”, with professionals lacking commitment and motivation. with your professional dedication.
Phenomena such as these make companies increasingly concerned with knowing how to improve the motivation of their employees and work teams, promoting their well-being and their ability to collaborate in order to continue growing in results in a stable and sustainable manner, both for themselves and for themselves. for your professionals.
And it is not for less, because the figures on which this “Great Renunciation” is based are not trivial. According to Forbes, in November 2021 a record in voluntary resignations was reached in the United States, with 4.5 million professionals who decided to say goodbye to their jobs. In Spain, 54% of workers are dissatisfied with their current position, according to the 2022 Labor Market Guide. Officials over 45 years of age are the ones with the least satisfaction.
With these data, it is impossible not to recognize that the work format and the needs of professionals have changed: the future of work is emerging with new features that must be learned to integrate into the business context.
Managing to implement an environment of well-being at work, with the appropriate safety conditions, good human treatment and a context that fosters personal and professional development is key and, at the same time, a challenge for companies, especially those with work formats hybrids (face-to-face – remote).
In response to these needs for adaptation and evolution of professional environments and skills, Sandra Solís, trainer, coach and expert consultant in team well-being and talent development in companies, works with organizations and business schools through training programs, team workshops and executive coaching focused on the development of leadership, managerial and communication skills, in which he pours his knowledge and more than 15 years of experience leading teams and forming part of executive committees in multinational companies. The purpose of these projects that Sandra Solís works with companies and training and career guidance institutions is to connect the talent of the teams and professionals with the business objectives of the companies and the demands of the market, with practicality, proactivity and realism.
Techniques for having self-managed teams
Training in soft skills, team coaching and executive coaching have become great allies for companies and their contribution to generating high-performance and well-being environments for their professionals. It is about providing new work approaches, methods and valuable and practical tools for people to build their path of professional development in their work environment. The key is to accompany them in a process that examines the needs and conditions of each worker, that helps discover how to assess the talent that each professional has more innately and that provides knowledge to help them develop it and turn it into a true strength that contributes to the mission of their teams or work context, thus increasing productivity, performance and well-being.
Currently, there are various programs and workshops in face-to-face, online and hybrid formats, which companies and training schools can use according to their purposes and corporate goals with their teams and professionals. Among the options, there are teambuilding workshops and teamwork workshops: their purpose is to encourage, through dynamics and activities, collaborative work, the joint creation of action plans that motivate them to continue advancing and foster a feeling of belonging and self management.
On the other hand, the innovation and strategic co-creation workshops are ideal for self-managed teams that want to reinvent themselves and give a new direction to strategic actions, while maintaining the company’s mission.
The skills needed to achieve workplace well-being
An important element among the aspects to solve or improve within a team corresponds to the skills or soft skills of the employees. These refer to the specific qualities that each person has and puts into play when relating to others and working with themselves, such as communication, empathy, creativity, leadership, organization, self-management, the ability to adapt and the resilience. These skills are developed with knowledge, time and dedication to train them and are the ones that make the worker perform their professional work with greater excellence, thereby increasing the feeling of perceived work well-being and the generation of adequate cohesion and adherence in the environments. corporate.
Sandra Solís Coach, through her knowledge, experiences and learning, contributes to developing the potential of professionals and company teams in this direction. Thanks to its workshops and programs (face-to-face or online), the consultancy facilitates the alignment between the talent of professional groups and corporate objectives, thus promoting a more harmonious, motivating and effective work environment. In addition, she offers conferences and presentations with themes dedicated to companies in transformation and companies that want to elevate the management role of women.
Keeping professional teams motivated and cohesive is one of the most important needs of any company today. A satisfied worker has a higher performance, which translates into a higher level of financial stability for the company.