It makes great sense. Organizations are made up of individuals. When those individuals have a sense of purpose and can look toward the future with hope and optimism, they are happier, more committed and more productive team members
Montclair, NJ (PRWEB) July 31, 2008
These days where gas prices are at their highest points and climbing; where food prices are steadily climbing and a recession is clearly upon us, everyone feels the effects. As belts tighten, corporations often ask their employees to do more with less, resulting in lower corporate morale and productivity in many cases.
In an innovative low-cost move, one company has turned to motivational CDs to help boost their employee's productivity. "It makes great sense. Organizations are made up of individuals. When those individuals have a sense of purpose and can look toward the future with hope and optimism, they are happier, more committed and more productive team members," says Tami Gaines, Partner at BluntArtistry (http://www.bluntartistry.com), a motivational speaking and training company. "Organizations can ask more of motivated employees than unmotivated ones, and more often than not, they will deliver."
Frank Jacobs, Regional Director at Novo Nordisk, an international pharmaceutical company is constantly finding ways to reward and motivate his sales team at a reasonable cost. Frank often brings in Ed Blunt as a keynote speaker for his sales team. "Distributing Ed's motivational CDs to our sales team made economic sense as they can be reviewed time and again for ongoing motivation, education and reinforcement." Frank purchased almost 1,000 copies for his team and is enthusiastic about the results he's seen already. "The CDs were very well-received and those who used the tools taught, developed a stronger ability to overcome the obstacles that we often face in today's challenging and unpredictable business environment."
Return on investment for any business expense is critical, particularly in this environment. Using motivational CDs are a cost-effective, high-impact way of developing successful employees -- a competitive advantage for any company doing business today.
If you'd like more information about this topic, or to schedule an interview with Ed Blunt, please call Tami Gaines at 973-746-4700 or e-mail bookings @ bluntartistry.com.