As per Deloitte report, the secret to long-term, consistent success for business is to have passionate workers who are consistently working toward big goals and thinking big.
- "Passionate workers are committed to continually achieving higher levels of performance.
- In today's rapidly changing business environment, companies need passionate workers because such workers can drive extreme and sustained performance improvement—more than the one-time performance 'bump' that follows a bonus or the implementation of a worker engagement initiative.
- These workers have both personal resilience and an orientation toward learning and improvement that helps organizations develop the resilience needed to withstand and grow stronger from continuous market challenges and disruptions."
- Refer: http://dupress.com/articles/worker-passion-employee-behavior/
The Deloitte report offers some tips on what to do and describes three attributes to help employees develop:
Workers who are passionate about what they do are always looking to connect with others to help them improve and solve problems. Deloitte recommends that you help employees connect with other people at their company and network with people outside the workplace.
Workers with the questing attribute will always be looking for innovative ways to improve what they do. They're constantly testing and experimenting with new ideas. Deloitte encourages you to allow employees to work on side projects, or even better, let them choose which projects they work on at work.
Commitment to domain
Passionate workers have a commitment to the domain they're in and are deeply committed to the work they do. A simple example of this is when a falsely accused criminal becomes a lawyer who fights wrongful convictions.That experience leads them to be more passionate about their work than someone who hasn't had that experience.
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