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Flowers to Boost Productivity at Work


Flowers to Boost Productivity at Work

Today a lot of emphasis is laid on organisational culture. The work practices in offices and organizations round the globe are monitored in order to better understand whether the organization has powers centralized or decentralized, whether the organization isfoucsed on results or on the values and company ethics. 
 

How can these flowers help in the office?

Today it’s not just the balance sheet, that determines the success of an organistaion. It is the overall environment which is taken into account, inorder to judge how congenial it is for individual growth and work satisfaction. 

It is no rocket science that flowers are soothing to the eyes, they refresh and rejuvenate us. Flowers touch us in so many ways. The fragrance is appealing, the look is beautiful and it has immense power to refresh one’s mood and soften one’s feelings. Taking clue from the therapeutic  effects of flowers as described by the ancient science of feng shui, the corporate houses are using flowers and plants which can help improve office atmosphere and make the place more congenial for the employees at all levels.   

Renowned Vaastu and Feng Shui Expert - Dr. Rupa Batra discusses about few flowers for professionals and corporate houses:

English ivy’s are perfect for pacifying all negative energies. The beautiful English ivy’s of all shades are a perfect for all the departments of the office. As per feng shui, English Ivy is helpful in doing away with any sort of negative energies emitted by harsh angles. 
English Ivy should ideally be placed near washrooms. 

African violets are best advised for advertising agencies and PR agencies. Feng shui believes that African Violets help in getting public attention and go a long way in building trust of the product in the market and image building for the organization. 
African Violets should be placed in the advertising department. 

Carnations and Tulips help in morale boosting of the employees. Although you may use red, pink or any other shade of carnations, but the white carnation is ideal for motivating the employees. Tulips are also believed to motivate and inspire, says feng shui.
Carnations should ideally be placed in the cubicles of the employees and the entrance.  

Chrysanthemum and Dahlias work well for finance department. Dark red chrysanthemum are very effective to create new avenues for increasing wealth. Not just this, areas from where unnecessary funds keep draining from the organization, is also checked.  

Jade plant and Gerbera daisies are good for stabilizing finances. Jade plant and gerbera are used to stabilizing finances. Therefore feng shui suggests that these plants should be kept in the areas where monetary decisions and transactions take place.

Wnat to know what more you can do to correct the Vaastu and Feng Shui of your workplace? Get a detailed Vaastu and Feng Shui report by Dr. Rupa Batra today!




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