The Management Blog
Tips & advice to help you improve your performance
Excellent communication in the office is imperative.
What you say (and what you don’t say) to your employees greatly influences the corporate culture, their satisfaction with work, productivity levels and loyalty to the company.
Some say that with texting, emails and “Whatsapping” that the art of true conversation, i.e something that comes out of your mouth, is lost!
The CMI/Glassdoor’s latest survey identifies the top 20 most inspirational workplaces in Britain, and it’s these businesses that are driving performance and tapping into the potential of their most loyal, talented staff.
As the survey suggests, you need to build a culture and leadership style that attracts, develops and maintains the best talent out there.
The degree to which a person is ‘engaged’ with their work can make a massive difference to the morale, productivity and atmosphere of your department.
Kevin Kruse says that employee engagement does not mean employee happiness, or employee satisfaction.
Motivating employees is a large part of the manager’s role.
It is a proven fact that individuals perform smarter and better when they are empowered, provided with clear objectives and rewards for achieving them.
The next time you reach for your phone, consider doing something productive when you search the web other than checking your social media account.
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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.
You can offer raises and bonuses, but the truth is that not every single person is motivated by money.
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
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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: