Motivating your team
One of the reasons for high staff turnover is a 'demotivating' work environment. It is the managers responsibility to create a motivating environment that allows the employees to thrive even beyond the salaries and bonuses paid.
There are several factors that contribute to employee motivation including the manager's relationship with each employee and the work environment and organizational culture. If the work culture consists of an environment in which employees are trusted, treated like the adults they are, and not micromanaged, chances are they will feel motivated. Strive for an environment that ensures that employees are entrusted with the values, vision, mission, and strategic framework within which they are expected to accomplish their jobs.
This course will introduce you to the factors that help produce an environment in which employees will be motivated to accomplish the requirements of their work.
By the end of this course, you will be able to inspire and motivate your team by:
- Setting goals
- Offering opportunities for self-development
- Giving feedback
- Actively listening to your team members
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