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.
Unmotivated employees can cause many problems for managers.
It is difficult to accept the lazy attitude of some, while seeing the determination and self-motivation of other staff members who don’t need to be told what to do at all. Learn More
A productive workforce consists of employees that are willing and able to successfully do their jobs – however, much of that depends on the management’s role in those processes; leaders who motivate their staff to do well typically see greater results than those who do not. Learn More
With the advancements in technology it is now becoming more and more often that people are working from home.
Members of staff can take their laptops or their tablets home and can complete certain tasks without coming into the office on certain days.
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This blog will assume that the person concerned already has a key goal and that they are passionate and motivated to achieve it. If that is the case then what are the factors that can cause motivational dips? I think that motivational dips can be catergorised into three types, which are:
Transformational leadership occurs when both leaders and their followers (e.g. employees) help one another and work with each other to achieve greater levels of integrity and motivation. Learn More
‘People leave managers, not companies’ is often quoted in management circles and also hotly debated as to whether it is true or not.