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The Sales Connection’s Founder Kayvon Kay on Companies Managing Employees and Instilling Healthy Workplace Culture

In a world where workplace dynamics are evolving daily, employees are taking bold steps to improve working conditions and overall welfare. Employers have found themselves in a position to deal with those steps and do their best to retain their employees. Kayvon Kay, the founder of The Sales Connection, has expressed his opinion on how companies are dealing with backlash from unhappy or disenfranchised employees.

Kayvon Kay advises companies to give their employees a sense of belonging and full trust that they can handle whatever task they throw their way. The sales expert believes that employees should not be micromanaged or overworked. Kayvon Kay states that any company looking to implement a strong work culture and leadership must be willing to show its employees that it trusts their responsibilities effectively. “Employees want to feel inspired because they have enough reasons not to feel that way with the messages of doom and gloom permeating the media. Micromanaging is ineffective and inefficient. As an employer, it is important that you show your employees that you trust them. This is one of the ways to help them get job satisfaction,” Kayvon said.

Some of the recommendations that Kayvon Kay has put forward to companies include giving their employees autonomy, such as allowing them to exercise their choice to work, letting go of the 40-hour work week concept, establishing autonomous work teams, creating decision-making opportunities, and reining in overzealous bosses and coworkers who tend to hover or bully others. “Embracing your team’s autonomy allows them to make the sometimes difficult, but incredibly rewarding, leap from being held accountable to their responsibilities to embracing accountability as they begin to take on and own their initiatives,” Kayvon said. He also reiterated that organizations should instill a culture that aligns with their mission and values and resonate with everyone working with them.

Kayvon Kay believes that building company culture is a never-ending process, and he hopes that companies will take time to establish the right culture for their employees to thrive. “it’s important for employees to feel that their voices and opinions matter to their leaders and peers. They should also feel that their executives are carrying their own workloads and not just passing down their responsibilities to people lower on the employee scale. Few things will have a greater impact on your organization than its culture,” Kayvon said.

As the founder of The Sales Connection, Kayvon Kay has lent his voice to different issues in the corporate world. His expertise as a salesperson has given him an inside look into the inner workings of many corporate organizations and establishments. The Sales Connection focuses on employee engagement and hiring the best sales representatives that create a team culture of winning individuals as well as Kayvon himself is passionate about seeing companies get the best out of their employees.

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