The Silent Influence: Managerial Attitudes

Manager and employee in the workplace.

In the dynamic business world, a manager’s role extends beyond the traditional realms of task assignment and project oversight. Managers often unknowingly communicate their attitudes and beliefs to their team members through their subtle interplay of actions and vibrational frequency. This silent exchange has a profound impact on employee performance and, consequently, the overall growth of the business.  

The Silent Communicators: Attitudes and Vibrational Frequency 

They say actions speak louder than words, this could not be truer. Every decision, gesture, and interaction contributes to forming a manager’s image in the employee’s mind. However, beyond the observable actions, there is an intangible force – vibrational frequency. This subtle energy is often overlooked and reflects a manager’s emotional and mental state. 

Positive attitudes and beliefs manifest in action that inspire and motivate the team. A manager who genuinely believes in the potential of their team radiates a positive vibrational frequency. On the contrary, a manager harboring negative attitudes may unknowingly transmit a frequency that dampens enthusiasm and cramps productivity. Understanding and resolving these silent communicators is vital for the health and vitality of the business. 

As a business owner or leader working in a corporate environment, you have a duty to explore your beliefs and assumptions about your team members. First, consider your beliefs about the current workforce, then look for beliefs you hold about individuals working for you. Several of my clients complain that they “can’t keep good employees.” Their belief continues to create a self-fulfilling prophecy. What they believe to be true manifests in front of them.  

When you discover the limited thoughts, assumptions, and beliefs you hold about your team members, you have an opportunity to make a change. It may only require you to challenge your own beliefs and replace them with more positive statements. In some cases, it may be ideal to speak privately with the employee, sharing your assumptions to gain clarity and understanding from their viewpoint. This kind of meaningful, non-judgmental communication has the potential to strengthen your bond and motivate the employee.  

The subtleties of attitudes, assumptions, and beliefs play a pivotal role in the success of the individual and the manager. A mindful manager, aware of the impact of their actions and vibrational frequencies, can create an environment conducive to employee and business growth. 

Tell me about when you experienced the subtle impact of attitudes, assumptions, or beliefs. How did it influence your motivation? 

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Cheryl C. Jones

As an expert in interpersonal communications, mindset mastery, the Law of Attraction, and two specialty techniques that transform thinking and results, Cheryl Jones delivers powerful and interactive programs that create positive outcomes.

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The Silent Influence: Managerial Attitudes

In the dynamic business world, a manager’s role extends beyond the traditional realms of task assignment and project oversight. Managers often unknowingly communicate their attitudes and beliefs to their team members through their subtle interplay of actions and vibrational frequency.

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