It’s perfectly normal from time to time for your job to become a little mundane; perhaps the day’s tasks are the same day in, day out, and in that case, it’s easy for life to get a little ‘samey’. If that’s your daily working schedule, can you blame an employee for becoming a little lack-lustre? Of course not!
Identifying which employees might be suitable for new and extra responsibilities is a good way to get the best out of them. An employee may have become stuck in a rut, perhaps feeling a little dragged down by the mundane approach to their job, and in that case, a new task could be enough to pull them out of it, inject some spark, and get their brain cells firing on all cylinders!
There is a warning point with this particular suggestion however. It’s never a good idea to simply pile extra responsibility onto an employee who doesn’t seem able to deal with it, or who hasn’t asked for it. In this case, morale is likely to go the other way entirely, with stress and anxiety starting to seep into the daily routine.
A good way to approach this subject is to bring up the matter at a team meeting. When you’re sat around the meeting room tables, simply mention that if anyone is feeling like they might like to try a new task, to let you know. You should mention that they won’t be overloaded, because it’s unlikely any employee will come forward to add extra work to their already bulging plate!
In this case, explain that you would like to give employees the chance to develop new skills, and anyone who is interested should come forward and you can discuss tasks which can be reassigned elsewhere, and new ones which can be given to them.
You never know, an employee might come forward and be given a completely new task, which they shine at unexpectedly. You might have a future manager sat within your office desking system who has unexplored talents!
The bottom line is that by offering this chance, you’re showing your employees that you want to help them develop their skills and knowledge and perhaps move onto other roles in the future.
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