What is a F.A.T. Work Environment and Why Should Aspire to Create It for Your Small Business? Part 2

Skip Weisman, Professional Speaker, Certified Great Game of Business Coach & AuthorSo, as you might imagine, I received some interesting responses from my email on Monday about my concept of a F.A.T. Work Environment.

I find it funny how some words trigger certain emotions is people.

Be that as it may, let’s explore what a F.A.T. Work Environment is and why it is something you should desire for your company.

F.A.T. is an acronym. It represents three powerful workplace communication and operating concepts every work environment needs if there is a desire to create an exceptional employee experience that retains and also recruits the employees you need.

The good news is most every work environment already has these three components, including yours.

It is just a matter of raising the bar on the implementation and application of each.

Your F.A.T. Workplace needs to incorporate these three concepts at a much higher level:

  1. Flexibility
  2. Accountability
  3. Transparency

There are varying degrees and depths of each and in the next few articles I will delve into them so, stay tuned.
(If you’d like to learn more about a F.A.T. Work Environment was my webinar from last month here)

In the meantime, take this opportunity to evaluate the level of Flexibility, Accountability and Transparency in your workplace as it relates to your employees’ work experience.

Grade each three on a scale of 1-10, with 1 being virtually non-existent, and 10 being ideal and can’t get any better.

Then, look forward to the next article where I’ll explore deeper the concept of workplace Flexibility.

If you’d like to accelerate your workplace transformation and explore the possibilities to create your own F.A.T. Work Environment, let’s jump on a brief intro call so to explore your specific situation. If that is appealing to you use this link www.SpeakWithSkip.com

’til next time,

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