3 Ways that Coworking Inspires Success
Updated: Oct 1, 2019
As work-at-home options grow, many of these solopreneurs and remote workers experience loneliness and demotivation. Belonging to a group has a strong correlation to commitment and motivation at the workplace, directly translating to employee retention, pride, and motivation. Engaged employees are often eager to recommend their organization as a great place to work.
So how does this relate to coworking since members don't work for one entity?
1. Think the lack of politics or internal conflicts.
Working in a coworking community, like CoWork Mallow, allows members the ability to be themselves. There is no need to put on a work persona to match corporate culture. Being around people that do different kinds of work within different industries makes your own work identity more secure as well as more interesting and unique.
2. Sharing is caring.
In a culture where the norm is to help each other, coworking provides numerous opportunities to do so. With a diverse group of workers, coworkers have distinct skills that they can share with other members within the community. Helping someone share tips on how to increase 'likes' and 'shares' or how to solve a bookeeping issue, strengthens the bond and fosters solidarity.
3. Values and Code Of Conduct.
The coworking phenomenon, which is driving the explosive growth of spaces all over the world, is sustained because we trust: trust in ourselves, trust in each other and trust in the change that we each bring with us each day.
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