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Lebanon, TN – There’s a terrible statistic that states that 95 percent of people go home from work unhappy, unsatisfied and unfulfilled. We all know someone who can’t wait to quit their job and do something fun. They want to start their own business or retire. They’re always looking forward to the day they can leave. You’re not going to get productivity out of that person in that position.

If you’re a business that’s looking to achieve better results, the best place to start is with your people. Far more than traditional incentives like bonuses and raises, what people really want out of their job is a vision they can believe in. They want to be part of something bigger than themselves and do something worthwhile. So how can we help our employees align with a vision they can believe in?

Joanne Eckton is a business performance architect specializing in helping organizations to improve team performance, retain top talent and virtually eliminate morale problems. Joanne is a widely recognized expert in aligning teams to perform with purpose. She brings the knowledge and skills that help business owners implement simple but time-tested strategies to get results faster and more efficiently.

“I help business leaders change their work environment so people are actually happy to be a part of a team instead of looking for that escape route,” says Joanne. “I help design a workplace where people are happy to be in their jobs. By helping business understand the simple changes they can make to improve team performance, my clients will not only improve their business results but also impact the lives of many.”

For more information on Joanne Eckton, visit www.joanneeckton.com

 

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