[social_share]Dyson is a complex creature. He is the elephant in the room. And being an elephant in the room, he has a very negative personality, because he encapsulates all that is wrong but we don’t ever want to discuss or deal with.
So usually, all this is swept under a table somewhere or taped up in a box. A yellow box. And this is where Dyson resides. Each and every company in the world has its share of yellow boxes with creatures like Dyson residing within.
Being as negative as type O blood, Dyson speaks subconsciously to all of us and indirectly guides many of our everyday work behaviours. We don’t really like him but, here are some of his twisted words of “wisdom” for this month’s issue of The Duct Tape. His words; not ours!
How to completely disengage your employees – part I
Love, compassion, empathy, who needs it? After all, treating people with respect is overrated, isn’t it? I, Dyson, certainly believe so.
Nowadays, with managers’ hectic schedules and appointments and bonuses and whatnot, who has time for dealing with employees? Shouldn’t they be stuck in a cubicle somewhere? Why do you have to answer their constant barrage of questions, pat them on their backs, and pretend they are a part of your team? Of course they’re not, it’s an exclusive club you belong to, that of being The Boss, and they need to deserve the right to join.
Well, if you are a manager and want to get employees off your backs and back to their assembly lines, please find below some tips. From me to you. Go on, disengage them; they’re only employees.
5 easy ways to quickly disengage your employees
Have an office.
Get a personal assistant.
Respect the hierarchy.
Talk on the phone.
No good mornings!
There you have it; five simple tips to disengage your employees and start the de-motivation process. It’s easy to do it if you just put your hearts into it.