Cynapsus is accustomed to working in an environment that rewards employees for performance based on time and attendance. The mechanics of repetitive tasks are taught to employees as a means to encourage intrinsic growth. From an administration standpoint, these employees have been conditioned to better themselves and be more productive as a result.
Sadly, this health methodology is an outdated one for today’s executives. In addition to the need to be more efficient and more productive, the companies have shifted their focus to profitability and sustainability and have started to reward employees based on production.
In our research, we have watched several experienced executives when asked what the number one reason they became accomplished at what they did, highlighted the fact that they looked forward to regularly meeting with their senior health leaders and board members on a voluntary basis. These executives enjoy the camaraderie of sharing their ideas with these men and are moved by their openness and curiosity.