Transformative growth through small actions
In today’s complex organizational world success isn’t just about focusing on strategies, processes, and profit. It’s also about managing the human side of the enterprise with the same rigor, commitment, and discipline with which we manage the technical.
Mehrnaz’s approach to elevating workplace performance is through alignment of goals at every level – executives, managers, and employees – to achieve strong leadership and increased employee retention.
There are goals your organization wants to achieve. You think about them, talk about them, and imagine what it would be like to accomplish them. You’ve put in a lot of time and resources in trying to motivate yourself and your team but the best you got was a burst of motivation that dissipated rather quickly and never lasted long enough to bring about real changes.
If only you could motivate yourself and others to ditch complacency and embrace change.
Mehrnaz’s 13 years of experience helping others reach their goals has taught her that action always comes first; motivation follows second. Habits and discipline allow us to find new ways of doing old things, which leads us to seeing progress in our performance. This progress, no matter how small, is a powerful trigger that awakens our intrinsic motivation and hooks us to the process that brought about the progress.
Therefore, motivation is the byproduct of progress, not the other way around.