Many different things and factors can motivate a person in the workplace, but there are also different factors that can also motivate conflict and inflict stress in the workplace. One key factor is stress management, how the person handles stress is what will make or break a working relationship…
Having motivated employees gives you a good level of innovation, while they may provide you with a better, higher quality of work at a sustainable level of efficiency. Though the benefits are quite broad, they are also quite vague, so that goes back to whether the motivated employee costs less and has no downsides. However you could say that motivating employees cost nothing, if the method you use requires no capital at all to coach managers to act as effective motivators…
You might think that motivating people is easy as some may make it sound like, but in reality, it’s quite hard and challenging. It needs clear thinking and hard work. Therefore, having the clarity of goals and expectations complemented by rewards, both tangible and intangible, motivates people to achieve organisation goals.
The top reasons employees remain where they are:
- Career growth, learning, and development
- Exciting and challenging work
- Meaningful work, making a difference and a contribution
- Great people
- Being part of a team
- Good boss
- Recognition for work well done
- Fun on the job
- Autonomy, sense of control over my work
- Flexibility, for example, in work hours and dress code
- Fair pay and benefits
- Inspiring leadership
- Pride in the organisation, its mission, and quality of product
- Great work environment
- Job security
- Family-friendly employer
- Cutting-edge technology
You can’t lead without any people following you. You can’t bring success to your business without motivated employees.
The vital key element of many successful companies, business, and organisations are their highly motivated employees. A company with motivated employees flourishes more. They get better leads and generate more sales…
Successful leaders and managers today are willing to exercise their leadership in such a way that their people are empowered to make decisions, share information, and try new things.
Most employees (future leaders) see the value in finding empowerment and are willing to take on the responsibilities that come with it…
Knowing company direction is very important to a person making decision. So, how well do you manage your employee to stay focused on the bigger picture?
Your main job as a leader is to be a guiding light to others. This article will guide you to inspire and empower people with your “voice of leadership” transforming their lack of clarity and confidence into hopefulness and resolve in moving forward…
Just about everyone has a co-worker that he or she does not quite see eye to eye with every day. While some of these co-workers may make work more difficult, there are ways around these sticky situations.
It is possible to work effectively and efficiently with others, it just takes a little practice and a few tips…
Possibly, only a handful of companies worldwide have employees with little or no stress. Having stress on the job is commonplace and expected. There are many different personalities along with just as many job responsibilities and pressures in an office environment.
Sometimes, however – these different personalities do not see eye to eye and the pressure of deadlines and job responsibilities on top of that will add up to work-related stress…
How to Raise Your Employee’s Morale
Any intelligent employer knows that when morale is high, profits are even higher. When employees are happy, the whole company – all the cogs and wheels, run smoothly. It is so easy to be caught up in the day-to-day business of doing business, that an employer or office manager simply does not have the time to spend on soothing employee’s spirits…