Commitment: What does it mean in your organization?

Kristian Zara

Content Writer at Elite Coaching | Jun 2022

Benefits and growth certainly there!

Many works or projects consist of a certain nature that requires for highly qualitative outcome. To this aspect of a project, the commitment of the working team (employees) plays a very crucial role.

So, what is a commitment to a project?

To begin with, commitment is much like a relationship. It builds up the heart of a healthy partnership between either within the organization – employees with employer – and outside the organization – company with partners. Work commitment is defined as the level of enthusiasm an employee has towards his/her tasks assigned at the workplace. Consequently, high level of employee satisfaction in an organization (ex. business company) are related to work commitment. This results in high level of business performance, which in turn results in increased profitability, productivity, employee retention and overall improvement in the work atmosphere.

How does the Elite Coaching team approach work commitment?

A person develops professional qualities over years of employment. The same applies for organizations, companies and businesses. If companies expect their employees to perform exceptionally well then, they will to have to provide a work environment that will help increase commitment to work.

At Elite Coaching, we take commitment as our company’s culture to work. Our motto “Dedicated to Growth” means in other words committed to develop growth in many aspects of the work we do. However, we know that things constantly change, human skills evolve and work places undergo future transformation. This means that work commitment is an attitude that needs our constant focus and attention. Consequently, to provide the necessary environment that helps our employees to commit to work we take action. These actions consist of step-thoughts like:

  • How to improve commitment to work
  • Efforts needed to build a strong team
  • Letting employees know what we expect from them
  • Promoting a culture of transparency within the workplace
  • Encouraging open and free conversations
  • Reliable and strong work ethics
  • Culture of trust among employees and between employee-employer
  • Innovative strategies and tools that can easier the work do
  • How to help our employees to grow
  • Create incentives
  • Always celebrate success together
  • What to consider!

    Employee retention is a real problem. However, if organizations can make their employees feel valued, commitment at work increases. Consequently, commitment at work leads to better productivity. Image having employees that are not committed to what they do in an organization, catastrophe – right! 

    There are several reasons why work commitment is important. One of the most important reasons is it allows an organization to meet its goals and stick to its vision. Without a motivated workforce, an organization could lose all that they have earned over the years, be it respect or their market position.

    Work commitment and benefits for the organization, company & business.

    We know that the profits of each company or business depend mostly on its team of employees. Committed employees are a company’s dream come true. This team quality means that the company will last for the long term. Therefore, is up to the leaders of this company, which are responsible, to build this culture within the workplace.

    Here we bring some benefits of having a committed team of employees.


    Increase in productivity

    Committed employees do not need someone to get their tasks done, they need only a leader to guide them. This structural commitment results in increased productivity at work. A compliant team will show up to work on time, create its own tasks, do the necessary to accomplish the tasks, and even more.


    Target is met

    A committed team of employees will do what is asked for and more in order to meet their targets and goals. They understand the individual role and work together to achieve the results and those goals assigned. For the committed team goals and tasks are not just a number, date, or target; for it is a vision and journey.


    Fun brought to work

    Simply, a committed team brings more fun to work. Commitment brings ownership and more creativity to the tasks. A committed team thrives on new and innovative ideas and it is fun to implement such ideas time and again.


    Added values

    Commitment at work brings in value addition through active participation in company-related discussions. Committed employees bring great ideas to the table and they are always happy to help others visualize those ideas.

    An organization needs commitment and dedication from its employees to achieve their goals!