Much criticised Man Utd star issues statement on long term future

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Manchester United's Jesse Lingard has remarked on whether he will sign another arrangement at the club. 
The England assaulting midfielder is contracted until the finish of next season with the choice to stretch out for the 2021-22 crusade.

The 26-year-old encountered an extreme spell toward the beginning of the new season however has since come back to shape a powerful front four, alongside Dan James, Marcus Rashford and Anthony Martial, which destroyed Manchester City now and again throughout the end of the week.

It was imagined that Lingard could pursue Red Devils partner Rashford in submitting his future to the club in the mid year, yet Lingard is yet to sign another arrangement.

Addressing The Independent in front of United's Europa Leauge tie with AZ Alkmaar on Thursday evening, Lingard stated: "Who recognizes what will occur later on yet right now I'm making the most of my football.

"I've been at United for such a long time, it resembles a family. It&…

Powerlessness: ways out of the impasse

Powerlessness , powerlessness, loss of control , no room for maneuver or freedom of choice - the manifestations of the phenomenon are diverse, the consequences are not. Employees who feel oppressed and blindly follow work instructions lose motivation and fun at work. Not only that, but also the health suffers from the feeling of powerlessness - with grave consequences for the employees and the authoritarian company ...

Powerlessness: What is meant by that?
Powerlessness: What is meant by that?When we feel powerless, we realize that we have no control over things and can not change them. Loss of control and powerlessness are therefore terms that are closely related to the powerlessness.

And powerlessness can cause fear. When we get the feeling that we are helplessly exposed to decisions and procedures in the job , the stress is triggered . Stress, which in the long run causes us to lose our motivation . This lowers our productivity and efficiency , leaving our supervisor one more reason to put us in his place.

The result: uncertainty and fear . Afraid to go to work and afraid of the boss.

Powerlessness and fear in business
Powerlessness and fear in the professional environment are closely connected. Avoiding both is difficult when the prevailing corporate culture is one in which the autonomy of individual employees is considered to be rather unimportant.

This can have serious consequences for you as an employee. One of the worse ones we have already mentioned is that if you have to appear at work every day with a bad feeling, it releases a whole host of stress hormones. These damage the entire body and lead sooner or later to the burnout .

But already before the powerlessness in the job shows clear effects on our body. In a study, scientists from the National Institute of Occupational Health in Norway came to the conclusion that the lack of freedom of choice in the job can affect our sleep patterns . Workers who suffer from constant powerlessness and lack of autonomy sleep much worse than those who are allowed to make their own decisions.

Not only that, but the health of employees who are denied a degree of discretion in the job is even more at risk. A study by physicians at the University of Leipzig came to the conclusion that there is a connection between autonomous planning of work processes and the subsequent development of dementia . In other words: Employees who only spend their time working to implement requirements without asking questions are less mentally fit, even less well off.


Ways out of powerlessness: That's what employees can do
So we see that our health can suffer massively if we have no room for maneuver in the job. The good news is that we can do something to escape the feeling of powerlessness :

Question work processes
 Do you not act according to your (your) own knowledge because it is not possible or because you think that it is not possible? Sometimes the latter is the case. It is quite possible that you have taken over stale structures from your colleagues who are actually negotiating.

Observe your daily work routine and later analyze as accurately as possible why you act the way you act. Is it a requirement from above or do you just think that it is so?

If you were wrong to limit yourself, you have found an opportunity to get more autonomy at work .

Show positive results
Maybe your employer keeps you down only because he does not know what he can trust you to do. The right keyword, which incidentally people like to use, is therefore: act proactively .

Show your employer that he can entrust you with tasks without monitoring every little step. If you can shine with positive results , that's a good way out of powerlessness in the job.

Announce
If there is no other way: cancel! Do not wait until you are so dissatisfied and paralyzed from your job that you are miles from your original job and the employer gives you notice.

Take the initiative yourself . Not only does it feel better because it is an important step out of the powerlessness, it also helps you in your next job.

Proposing yourself out of an unsigned or self-terminated position gives you, as a candidate, a stronger starting position than presenting yourself with a certificate of employment from the potentially new employer, which makes it clear that you have been dismissed.

In addition, the dismissal gives you the power to decide on your own life a little way back. You decide that you do not want to continue like this and actively take the consequences.

What can companies do for their employees?
What can companies do for their employees?It should not be disputed that not only can employees benefit from independent action, but companies also benefit from it. For this reason, some companies have been trying for some time to strengthen the decision-making power of their employees , including:

Empowerment concept
The term empowerment also comes from the US Civil Rights Movement and translates to self-empowerment or self-appropriation . At the same time, we immediately see that these are terms that stand in marked contrast to powerlessness.

Companies where this kind of corporate culture is promoted employees that their own have strengths are aware of what is more important for the success - - they can also use targeted and.

Empowerment not only makes employees happier and more motivated, but studies also suggest that businesses benefit economically : Resources that are otherwise blocked by employees' impotence are released and used to profit everyone.

Evaluation of work processes
Is it really necessary that only the supervisor can decide on certain work processes? Companies should check whether they can no longer provide employees with skills during their daily routine work.

Open working culture
Suggestions should not be judged by who they come from, but how useful and useful they are.

The basis of decision-making in a company that does not permit the powerlessness of its employees should be good arguments and not the career stage of the proposer.

An open working culture also includes the respectful treatment of all persons in the company. Only in an environment in which all employees can develop freely and without fear, innovations and important suggestions have a place.

This also means that employees are allowed to rate the leadership behavior of their superiors - constructively, of course. Feedback for the executives is important because only then can the corporate culture and performance be improved.

Flat hierarchies
Especially in young companies and start-ups, a flat hierarchical structure is preferred. Sometimes this even goes so far as to make it easier for employees to determine who is allowed to run the company in the week (or another cycle). If he or she proves unsuitable for the job, he or she will be deselected.

Of course, it can not be so grassroots everywhere, but it turns out that companies benefit from flat hierarchies and employee participation .

Especially the contested specialists look at the corporate culture. Surveys increasingly come to the conclusion that employees perceive rigid rankings as particularly disturbing . It even goes so far as to decide against the company. Not allowing fainting of the employees is thus an important competitive factor in the fight for the best minds.

No micromanagement
Micromanagement gives employees the feeling that they are powerless over supervisors and the boss. If all decisions are made from above and controlled again, that is the opposite of a self-determined and autonomous action - with the consequences outlined.

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