Tuesday, August 1st, 2017

How to Motivate Employees – The Complete Guide

  1. Stop micromanaging
  2. Give ownership
  3. Push employees out of the comfort zone
  4. Share information consistently
  5. Create an environment focused on the top performers
  6. Use a simple employee recognition tool
  7. Fire under-performers
  8. Encourage innovation and creativity
  9. Invest in staff learning opportunities
  10. Do not hire Clones

talentculture.com

Whether you oversee a business, a project or a specific department your goal should always be growth. But, don’t forget that growth only has market value when it is consistent.

Growth is a marathon, and just like any marathonist who prepares themselves both mentally and physically, you need to be in possession of the right tools for the long run. Even though marathon runners win titles alone, the team supporting them is arguably one of the most decisive aspects for their winnings.  Within business the same happens, your employees are your team and they are the most important and decisive element on how your business is going to perform in the future.

It is essential that you understand what you need to do to keep your employees engaged and focused on the common goal. The secret to motivating employees is about knowing your team individuals and customizing the way you recognize and motivate them according to their specific preferences.

You will always need to spend at least as much time building an engaging ecosystem and improving your employee experience as you do hiring new people and motivating your staff.

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Scott is the GM of Jerry's Kitchen. He blogs about food, eating, restaurants, and catering. Philadelphia, PA - Atlanta, GA - Charlotte, NC - Miami, FL - Washington D.C.

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