The management of Lakeside Estate has underlined ‘total commitment’ as the key to productivity at its End of Year Party to reward hard working staff for their selfless dedication towards the development of the Company.
The Managing Director, Noble Prince-Joseph M.K. Ayiku, speaking on the theme, “Achieving Productivity through Total Commitment,” said there was the need for workers irrespective of being in the public or private sector, to give their time and energy willingly to increase productivity for better returns.
Individually and collectively, we need to take a stand and resolve to be outstanding in order to be productive, and we can do this by maintaining the highest standards in our various field of work.’
He added that it was better to have few committed employees than having many non-committed employees because it was the committed employees that drive the successes of the company.
To buttress his point, Mr. Ayiku quoted a renowned motivational speaker Paul J, Meyer, who once said: “Productivity is never an accident. It is always the result of a commitment to excellence, intelligent planning and focused effort.’
"If you fail to plan, you plan to fail, a statement I am sure we are all familiar with, highlights the importance of planning and especially intelligent planning as pointed out by Mr Paul Meyer."
In fact having a bad plan is worse than having no plan at all. It is considered the basic butter for the productivity cake by Laura Stack. Intelligent planning, therefore, entails research work and strategic thinking. It is a continuous process of looking at what is going wrong to fix it and what is going right to continue.
To be productive, requires planning, setting personal and corporate targets, datelines and prompt execution.
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