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Jennifer, a former student of mine, once posted, "Reducing individualism ultimately reduces an employee's freedom, which is, in itself, an ethical dilemma."
So true! Repeated research has demonstrated that it is not money, or paid time off, or health benefits, or vacation days, or office size, or coffee makers with bells and whistles that makes employees happily productive, although these are all nice.
What we have found is that control over one's own work is the key to job satisfaction.
Want to be a transformational leader? Give your team control over their own work, in spades. Ask them what they want, guide them in how to create it for themselves.
Get out of their way – and prepare to be pleasantly surprised!
Dr. Tim Dosemagen