Sharing at Workplace: A Productive Gesture

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In the evolutionary theories the focus has mostly been on survival of the fittest. Does it mean we have evolved selfishly? Have competition and ruthlessness been the principal drivers of our evolution? Let’s take a peek at the structure of our very own societies. How did communities evolve? The answer is there for us to see from our lives. Our inclinations have never been primarily selfish. Kindness and Altruism have been evolutionary traits that have played key roles in our social connections. We have evolved to share space, resources, emotions and feelings, the very basic gestures of our evolution. We try to express, impress, influence and in-turn satisfy that inherent human nature of being “Social”. We like to be recognized, be appreciated, be talked about, be praised, which basically means be involved in community to satiate our social needs.

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Workplaces are not much different from our societies. Emotions are no different at workplaces too. Be it a thing or knowledge or information or an idea, we tend to share. That keeps the fabric of a workplace well weaved. Workplaces with efficient sharing cultures are the cradles of innovation, the only sustainable competitive advantage these days. It also builds the learning curve and stimulates cultural change for better.

For ages the opinion of others has been a part of identity development. This concept works the same way at workplaces. It’s one simple word in the English language; four letters, one syllable. The word ‘Like’ may be the simplest way yet powerful to deploy one of the most important expressions that one individual can give to another: a form of recognition or acceptance. This gesture creates an engaged and satisfied workforce that in turn leads to better productivity.

Decision makers can make sure that the employees remain updated on various developments within the organization . A shared understanding between management and employees on norms, values, attitudes and beliefs of the work system, can help them share better, communicate better, innovate better and grow better.

It is important for any organization to share, manage and archive information in order to build the knowledge base of any workplace. And that’s why private social networks also have a ‘Share’ button that enables you seamlessly transact information thereby building collaborative work culture .

Click of a Share and Like has a positive influence within the organization nurturing collaboration, thereby driving productivity.

 

Announcing Zoho Pulse –– A Private Social Network for your business

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Today is a special day for us at Zoho. We’re excited to unveil our new robust addition to the range of products at Zoho. Introducing Zoho Pulse –– a private social network for businesses.

Zoho Pulse is a secure workspace that enhances internal collaboration and communication among employees. It is a place on the cloud, that can serve as a virtual water-cooler and keep employees informed about company-related activities. It boosts productivity of employees, by giving them a podium to get their grey cells working on solutions that can bring mind-blowing outputs. Zoho Pulse is a great platform for employees to foster focused groups and share ideas, and thereby companies can promote inventiveness through engagement.

Pulse can change the way you work. Read more