Ask yourself this question today — What’s my limiting belief about my employees?
We’ve discovered that a majority of business owners and CEOs have limiting beliefs about what their employees are capable of doing, being, or creating in their business.
Is this something you struggle with too?
Are You Limiting Your Employees?
Do you have limiting beliefs in any of these areas in regards to your employees?
- what they can or can’t do;
- what their responsibilities are; or
- what they can produce for your business.
If so, then these may be getting in the way of your business experiencing more profit, more growth, and actually more return on your payroll investment.
What do you believe about your employees on an individual basis, as a department or group?
Are you transferring your limiting belief to them?
Are you decreasing their ability to produce, collaborate, and deliver a better product or service to your customers?
If this idea shakes you a little bit, then I’d love to take you through the Engagement Multiplier. This is a process that we have to check where you’re at as far as your beliefs go about your employees.
You Set the Tone
As the leader you set the tone of the company. Along with that tone is a belief about what your employee is capable of doing; what they can accomplish; how good of a job they can do; how they show up to work. In order to set the right tone, you need to check in with yourself and be really honest. Ask yourself whether you have labeled and believed that your employee is only capable of certain things.
If you are limiting them by your beliefs of what you think they can do — you need to change! Stop your limiting beliefs around your employees, so that they can be set free to be more productive and do greater work. This in turn will give you more time and money from your business.
If you find this compelling and want to have an honest exchange about it, reach out to us and schedule a free consultation. Let’s change your limiting beliefs and empower your employees to do their very best.