The best firms are usually the ones that can successfully bounce back from failures. Here are a few tips on what it takes to perform well.
Don’t attempt to solve your employee’s issues or problems.
Whether you are a parent or employer, you would know that helping people mature means letting them commit mistakes, heal and learn from them. Mistakes play a crucial role in building resilience and strength.
Never lambaste somebody for a mistake.
Resilient people collaborate to come up with solutions. And when their efforts are successful, it is crucial that you publicly recognized them for the response. Your other employees can learn from these successes. But these also people learn from failures.
Know more about your employees.
If you are an employer seeking for resilience, make sure you hire happy people and those who are willing to step out of their comfort zones. The happiest people are the ones who are willing to explore, grow, and learn from other people as well.
Encourage your team to ask questions.
It is important that you communicate to them that it is completely fine to be nervous or scared. Encourage communication especially during the hard times. Misery indeed loves company. And when people talk and share their feelings to each other, it often results to social calming. This in turn builds resilience in the workplace.
Always plan for failure and stay calm when that happens.
You can’t build a successful company without going through the rocks. Expect failures from time to time and learn from them. Always have a contingency plan in bad situations. A resilient company calmly addresses failures without blaming a soul.