Do You Have that Workplace SWAG?

Urban dictionaries define ‘swag’ as the way or manner, in which a person carries themselves.  It’s not necessarily the clothes they wear but the confidence in which they wear it.  Swag is the modern version of being ‘cool’ back in the day.  I began to think about workplace swag and what it looks like.  Here is what I believe is SWAG in the workplace.  DO YOU HAVE SUCH SWAG?

–          S:  sense of purpose – having a passion for your role in the workplace.  Knowing why you are where you, at the             time you are there.

–          W:  a ‘way about yourself’ – a magic sauce where others say, ‘there’s something special about you.

–          A:  attitude – seeing the big picture in the workplace / being positive.

–          G:  Grateful – being thankful for employment and the ability to be of service to others!

Let’s be sure our motives and actions in the workplace are of SWAG proportions!

3 thoughts on “Do You Have that Workplace SWAG?

  1. HI! I like your article. It is very helpful. Tank You for posting it.

  2. Okay, besides keeping your employees engaged, this one is a serious morale booster for the entire contact center. Recognize your agents’ efforts on a daily basis. Offer up in-the-moment praise after an agent gets off a tough interaction. Or, stop by your agent’s desk if you notice their daily KPIs are off the charts. Encourage your agents to recognize their desk neighbor’s efforts, too. The payoff, for you, is a higher-performing team. Studies show that high-performing teams share  six times  more positive feedback than average teams.

    1. admin

      Thanks for your great input! I totally agree.

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