When your employees feel they are valued and needed where they work, they are more likely to feel a sense of loyalty to an organization. When your employees have a healthy sense of self-worth, they are better able to hear and receive praise. On the other hand, if your employees feel unsuccessful, paradoxically, they often don’t even hear positives that may be coming their way. They can become deaf as a result of their inner concerns.
Because Center Stage is a program that is designed to help your people self discover their communication strengths, and because there is video tape where they can see with their own eyes their progress, the program is a valuable tool to demonstrate to your team how much you value them.
For example, a top-tiered boutique corporate architecture firm competes against much larger companies. This firm’s leadership believes that their small, innovative, creative team contributes to their success. In other words, they don’t want to be a mega firm. Yet, this strength sometimes puts them at a disadvantage in a few ways. One technique they have used to stay competitive is Center Stage as a reward to minimize employee turnover.