The Management Blog
Tips & advice to help you improve your performance
One of the manager’s most important tasks is to motivate their team on a daily basis.
Regardless of how hard the leader works, if the team is slacking off, productivity will be down.
How do you motivate your employees to perform at their best, and consistently come up with ideas on improving your organisation?
You can offer raises and bonuses, but the truth is that not every single person is motivated by money.
Whether it was due to lack of funds, inappropriate behaviour or poor performance, terminating an employee’s position is always difficult.
While the manager assigned to this task has the hard job of relaying the bad news, and the person being fired has just lost their job, this event actually affects the entire workplace.
There are many reasons why you may need to transition a new employee into your team.
You may have let go of a staff member, they may have given notice, or you can have promoted an employee to a senior position, and need to fill that role.
The process of saying goodbye to one staff member while introducing another can be stressful not only for the manager, but for the entire team.
Additionally, it can hurt productivity and the company’s bottom line. Learn More
There a multitude of articles online detailing how managers can help their staff manage their stress levels.
Certainly, tight schedules, big workloads and an off balance in work-life ratio can be to blame; however, oftentimes, leaders are the very ones responsible for causing their subordinates to worry. Learn More