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8 tips for motivation

  1. 1. 8 Tips for Motivation IACADEMY PRESENTED BY DAMODAR HOTA
  2. 2. 8 Things the Smartest Leaders Do to Motivate Their Employees Science has found that positive emotions are at the root of human motivation. It's how employees "feel" that will drive the motivation deep within them. Here's where to start
  3. 3. Start with scheduling more one on one time Leaders thrive when they strengthen relationships with their people by spending more one-on-one time with them to hear their suggestions, ideas, problems and issues as well as talking about performance issues and their work.
  4. 4. Find out what motivates them Great leaders show an interest in their people's jobs and career aspirations in order to motivate them the right way. Once that's been established, they look into the future to create learning and development opportunities for their people.
  5. 5. Provide the resources they need to do their work exceptionally well It's a simple question, but you'd be surprised how often it is not asked: What do you need right now to do your job better? You may be surprised, or even shocked at the answer; it could be that they need access to more information to make the right decisions, bettter equipment or even another work space. Acting on what you find out will be a huge motivational booster.
  6. 6. Praise and compliment them often The companies in Gallup's study with the highest engagement levels use recognition and praise as a powerful motivator to get their commitment. They found that employees who receive it on a regular basis increase their individual productivity, receive higher loyalty and satisfaction scores from customers, and are more likely to stay with their organization.
  7. 7. Help co-create purposeful work People want meaning and purpose in their work. In the book Give and Take, Wharton professor Adam Grant says that when people find purpose in their work, it not only improves that person's happiness, it also boosts productivity.
  8. 8. Help them develop new skills Although important, I'm not so much talking about putting them through another required technical or safety training program to keep them or the business compliant, but actually giving them meaningful new skills or knowledge in other areas that they can use to leverage their natural strengths for future roles, whether with their current company or another company. The point is to serve and value them so exceptionally well as people and workers that they have no reason to leave but use their newfound skills for new projects.
  9. 9. Actively involve them Great managers recognize that leadership doesn't travel one way but is multi-directional. While it can come from the top down at critical times, the best scenario is allowing decisions, information, and delegation to travel from peer to peer or from the bottom up, where the collective wisdom and involvement of the whole team help solve real issues in real time on the frontlines.
  10. 10. Believe in them  The best managers delegate often and give their employees responsibility for delivering challenging work. If this doesn't happen in your workplace, consider two hard questions:  Do you trust your knowledge workers to do what they've been hired to do?  Do they have the right competence for the job to carry out the work with confidence?
  11. 11. Thank You

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