EES HR Blog
At times, workplace creativity needs to be unleashed in order to experience a professional culture of trust, productivity, and overall excellence! Being creative is how individuals, and ultimately societies, are able to move forward. We can all agree that without creativeness, we wouldn't have many of the niceties we have today. At Edwards Electronic Systems, we use creativity to identify unique solutions to problems, increase co-worker engagement, and distinguish our company from others through innovative workmanship. Here are 4 ways to encourage thinking outside the box in your business or organization!
As you continue on your endeavor to create a work culture of creativity, take into account other aspects that may limit one's ability to think outside the box. Perhaps work discipline and productivity is lacking, thus, leaving no time for extra cognitive activities. Maybe the expectations for production are unreasonable and should be reconsidered. It could be that there has been a long time culture of stagnation that needs some rekindling. Regardless of the circumstance, finding and removing obstacles are important as you discover ways to introduce more creativity into your work environment!
Jessica Saxton is a researcher, writer, business marketer, and musician who recognizes the power of positivity, faith in Jesus Christ, and gratitude as an essential part of life. She holds a masters degree in professional counseling and is experienced in human resource development. She loves to help others grow through information sharing, networking, and simple encouraging words!