Sensitivity to notice is important.

新潟県長岡市 アパレル衣類修整のプロ集団 山田修整有限会社
Sensitivity to notice is important

I am Yoshida, president of Yamada Shusei, a professional apparel garment repair group in Nagaoka City, Niigata Prefecture. 


With the cooperation of outside instructors, Yamada Shusei has been working on "tidying up training" and "leader training" as an "environment improvement project" for the past two years.


What I have reaffirmed through these trainings is that human beings adapt to the environment they see with their eyes and feel with their five senses, and it becomes their natural landscape. And that our feelings will also assimilate into that scenery. As a result, "good habits" are easily associated with "bright feelings" and "good relationships," while "bad habits" are easily associated with "dark feelings" and "bad relationships.


In an environment where tidiness is the norm or clutter is the norm, which is more ”sensitivity to notice", which is more capable of "attentive customer service", and which is more conducive to "creativity"?


More specifically, which is the foundation of a good corporate culture? Which is the foundation for profit? The choice for management is obvious.


I would like to accumulate "good habits" while cherishing each and every day.