Initiative and Positive Attitude At the Workplace

Initiative and Positive Attitude At the Workplace


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About The Event

Some of the dimensions of a positive attitude are being solution-focused, taking responsibility and displaying positive energy. When exercised together, this has a profound impact on workplace performance. But these traits aren’t universally exercised by all and there are also different interpretations of these characteristics.

 What isn’t beyond doubt though, is that an employee who exhibits a positive attitude and enthusiasm is going to be an asset to any team, department, or organisation.


 means looking for answers to problems. It doesn’t mean concentrating attention on the problem itself, but is a preparedness to explore possibilities for resolving workplace dilemmas.  To  apply this readiness means considering alternative solutions and exercising appropriate initiative and enterprise, either on one’s own, or as part of a team, before simply “passing the buck”.

 Taking responsibility

 It means taking on tasks willingly without first being told to do so by others. An employee who’s keen to take responsibility, actively seeks out opportunities to exercise their initiative beyond the scope of their job description, initiate tasks and advance new ideas. They’ll offer assistance to others when needed, look for chances to help others, show empathy and offer suggestions.

 Positive energy

 “Positive energy” means engaging with fellow employees with an optimistic frame-of-mind and contributing to conversations and team meetings in a constructive manner. In interacting with others, an employee exhibiting positive energy is cheerful, respectful, and polite. They are also approachable and engaging as opposed to inaccessible and despondent.

 This energy comes from having a general enthusiasm about the work that needs to be done.

 It’s enjoyable working alongside someone who possesses positive energy and they energise their colleagues.

 Programme content

  • Identifying strengths & areas of improvement
  • Activity – Designing SWOT matrix
  • SMART goal setting
  • Concept of CAB (Choices, Actions & Behaviours)
  • Problem solving & decision making
  • Conflict management
  • Emotional Intelligence
  • Communication and Assertiveness
  • Team management style
  • Developing initial Leadership traits – Leader  Vs. Manager
  • Basic professional etiquettes
  • Action Plan For personal Effectiveness

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