In a recent study, 69% of respondents said they would work harder if they were better recognized, and 49% said they would leave their current job for a company that clearly recognized employees.
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Does motivation lead to satisfaction or does satisfaction lead to motivation? It’s the classic chicken or egg debate. Is the onus on the employee to be motivated or on the employer to satisfy? Thousands of job advertisements looking for “ambitious, highly motivated” employees indicate that the popular belief is that motivation leads to satisfaction (for [...]
Delegation is actually a sophisticated management tool that few people use effectively, and, often, the actual beneficiaries of proper delegation are the lowest performing employees!
Motivating your team isn’t about cash rewards. In fact, research shows that the biggest motivator in the workplace isn’t money but, instead, competition and intrinsic rewards. But people are also motivated by other factors like schedule flexibility and understanding the connection between their goals and the larger goals of their company. You don’t have to [...]
The Surprising Truth About What Really Affects Our Productivity at Work Wasted time at work is a frustrating, costly issue for both employers and employees. But it’s not an insurmountable problem. It turns out much of the blame can be traced back to a single source. And it’s not social media, which often gets blamed. Instead, the culprit [...]
We’ve all heard it a million times — CEOs or other executives declaring, “People are your greatest asset.” But are people actually a company’s greatest asset?