Liz Kislik — March 13, 2020 In a discussion about how to build high-performance teams, Transformational Energy Leadership podcast host Dr. Matthew Woolsey asked me a tough question: “What can leaders do when someone is really just falling down on the job?” I suggested that the first thing was that the leader should not give … Continue reading How to Lift Someone Who Falls Down on the Job
Paul Keijzer — March 8, 2020 So you’ve hired some competent people. But now you need to make sure they stick around for a long period and don’t run for the hills. And for that, you would have to dangle the proverbial carrot in front of them in order to drive them to work hard, … Continue reading 4 Tried-and-Tested Ways to Motivate Employees in 2020
Peter Daisyme — March 4, 2020 Pexels / Pixabay We’re all faced with challenges on a daily basis. Often times we can quickly adjust the course to get back on track. For example, you could watch an inspiring TEDTalk or go for a walk outside. But, sometimes we’re face-to-face with a challenge so monumental that … Continue reading What Those Who Refused to Quit Can Teach Us About Motivation
Maini Homer — February 6, 2020 Photo by You X Ventures on Unsplash I’ve been in business for myself for over 21 years and one of the hardest challenges I’ve faced is getting decent staff. I know I am not alone in this plight… Just about every business owner I’ve ever spoken to, when asked, … Continue reading How To Turn Bad Staff Into Awesome Staff (Radical Thinking For Bosses)
Albert Costill — February 5, 2020 Unlike your parents or grandparents, you’re not motivated by a raise or promotion. Today, what really motivates employees involves a wide-range of well thought out drivers like feeling appreciated, doing meaningful work, and having a healthy work-life balance. But, out of all of these ways to motivate employees, what … Continue reading What Really Motivates Employees? Research Reveals Secrets.
Renzo Costarella — February 5, 2020 One day during your morning commute you notice that one of your tires looks like it’s losing air. Instead of putting air in the tire, you go on with your daily routine. On your way to work, you have a blowout. If you had taken care of the car … Continue reading 5 Steps for When You Feel Motivation Dropping
Emily Lazration — November 11, 2019 089photoshootings / Pixabay As a business owner, you might be looking for new ideas to stay ahead of the competition. One of the best ways to do so is through an employee recognition program. Employee recognition is an important part of a company’s culture and it is one of … Continue reading Why an Employee Recognition Program is Good For Business
Nico Prins — October 8, 2019 Follow @nhdprins The modern workplace has a full range of stress-inducing situations. As your company navigates work needs, personal situations, and social demands, it can be hard to know how to prevent employee burnout and retain your best employees. But the answer is simple: when your organization does what … Continue reading How to Prevent Employee Burnout: Enjoying Quality of Life
Steven Handmaker — October 4, 2019 Follow @handmaker While not everyone in the organization is destined for an executive or senior leadership role, there are still many opportunities for employees to develop their leadership skills. Coaching and developing employees to become better leaders is not only essential to overall business growth but key for development … Continue reading Are You Practicing These 4 Techniques to Help Your Employees Become Great Leaders?
Karl Sakas — September 29, 2019 Follow @KarlSakas In trouble? Here’s how to deliver bad news at your next All-Hands meeting. If you need to discuss or deliver bad news at your agency, you should gather your employees for a live All-Hands meeting. But be careful—if you do it poorly, you’ll confuse people… or even … Continue reading How to Deliver Bad News to Employees at an All-Hands Meeting