How awesome would it be if you could convince your employees to bel;ieve in themselves? How efficiently would you grow your business if everyone would just do as you asked?…
Motivation, enthusiasm, and engagement are the top qualities of extra ordinary employees who are ready to go the extra mile for their team and company goals.
- Are Less Likely To Leave
- More Productive
- Willing to Go the Extra Mile
The question is how to motivate employees?
Below are good ideas by Megan Brios for Forbes.
“It would mean a lot! So why not rethink employee engagement and retaining your talent that shows up every day?
Great leaders inspire people and find ways to unleash their hidden power. And from that, flows success. And satisfaction. And energy. And innovation. And profits. And a better workplace culture.
The key is to unleashing this potential is to reach people on an emotional, visceral level. To find their passion, what they love, what excites them, what turns work into something closer to play.
Locating Employee Power
Pick one of those five employees on your list. Schedule a talk with this person. Nothing formal like an employee review, but find a quiet place where you won’t be disturbed. Ask this person what they like most (or even loves) about their job, and what they like least (or even hates). Some people, for example, love social media and are able to use it as an amazing work tool. Other people consider it a chore and/or a distraction from the work they enjoy. […]
Read full article Unleash Your Employees Super Powers – Forbes.
Jim is president of InnoThink Group and Leadership Matters. He is a leader in workplace learning, productivity, performance, and leadership training solutions. For over 25 years, we have helped companies improve their performance, productivity, and bottom-line results.