● Be kindly affectioned one to another with brotherly love; in honour preferring one another; - Romans 12:10 (KJV)
A British company conducted a study on the factors that enhance work efficiency in the office in the 1970s. The research team chose the department that performed at about average on most measures, and, bit by bit altered things that could influence the performance of employees. First, the research team raised the weekly wages of the employees, then they modified the color and brightness of the lightings at the office. They even changed the lunch menus and the placement of beverages for the employees. After each change was made a member of the team asked the employees how satisfied they were with the change, and what would make things even better for them.
The work efficiency started to improve for sure, but they could not be certain which of these changes were responsible for the improvement in work efficiency. In order to pinpoint those factors that improved work efficiency, the research team began to slowly take away the benefits given to the employees since the research began.
Strangely enough, the work efficiency didn’t drop even after those benefits were taken away from the employees. They follow-up survey showed that it was none other than the interest the company had shown in the wellbeing of these employees that helped improve the work efficiency in the office.
Expressions of love and heart-felt support do not necessarily require much effort. Let the positive energy prevail in the church by regularly keeping up with those who are new to our church and by supporting those who work with our youth at the church.
Lord, let us remember that expressions of interest in the lives of others can save a soul. Amen!!
Let’s always be the first to talk to those who are new to our church and listen to their concerns.
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