Barry Silverstein

Best Practices: Motivating Employees

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In today's high-pressure workplace, motivating all employees to consistently contribute their best can mean the difference between success and failure. Motivating Employees, a comprehensive and essential resource for any manager on the run, shows you how.
Learn to:
Inspire employees to succeedImprove performance through coachingMinimize the impact of common de-motivatorsCreate a fair and consistent reward systemTurn negative experiences into positive, motivational opportunitiesThe Collins Best Practices guides offer new and seasoned managers the essential information they need to achieve more, both personally and professionally. Designed to provide tried-and-true advice from the world's most influential business minds, they feature practical strategies and tips to help you get ahead.
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    Lyseli Mariahas quoted2 years ago
    A 2006 study showed that fair salary and benefits, the opportunity to accomplish good work, and satisfying relationships with coworkers are vital. If
    tanyavorobyovahas quoted3 years ago
    WHY DO EMPLOYEES LOSE MOTIVATION?
    Both external and internal conditions affect employees and cause them to lose their drive.
    Common factors outside the workplace
    Financial pressures
    Health issues
    Relationship problems
    tanyavorobyovahas quoted3 years ago
    First, really listen to an individual employee. Never patronize him or her. Instead, encourage the person’s input and act on it.
    Second, understand an individual’s unique motivators. They will be different for everyone. Once you understand what they are, tailor your interactions with the individual accordingly.
    Behind the Numbers
    PUZZLING RESULTS
    In a group of adults who had worked on ten identical puzzles, all performed equally well. Half of them, however, were told that they had done a good job, while the other half were told that they had done badly. What were the actual results of a second round of testing with ten new puzzles? The group of people who believed they had been suc

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