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Create motivation for your staff

admin June 25, 2015

Recruiting a person in a suitable position us not such an easy thing. However, whether he/she works and gains high performance for company becomes more difficult. This is the responsibility of leader.

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So what is the definition of “a leader”?

A leader is a person who influences a group of people towards the achievement of a goal. Leaders should promote actuation for their staff to achieve maximum effect.


Why should leaders create motivation for staff?

Nowadays, in the context of fierce competition in the labor market, effective workforce decides the development of businesses. Many businesses invest in salary, preferential regimes to attract talents. However, they forget that manpower in company is reducing motivation and decreasing performance.


If employees work in an environment full of encouragement, they will have more ideas, creation. They will promote their dynamism and adapt changes in the workplace. Dale Carnegie said “People are rarely successful; unless, they have joy in what they are doing”. This is the reason why the leaders should inspire in working for their staff.

How to motivate your staff

1. Understanding staff:

Firstly, the leaders should understand their qualification, ability, skills,… of staff to assign “right people right work”. Leaders need to know individual strengths and weaknesses of each member, staff can do work well when being suitable with them. This also helps staff in personal development.

2. Keeping open lines of communication for staff:

In all circumstance, communication is key to make people closer. For leaders, they should listen to ideas of the staff because employees feel more connected to the progression of the business and thus more motivated to contribute to its future. Henry Braithwaite, Operations Director of Market Makers, recommends twice weekly meetings “when the whole company comes together and shares the successes of the week and what is going on in the company as a whole” as well as an “open door policy” to the manager’s office. Staff are listened by their leader to can be enough to boost morale.


3. Never criticizing or seeking error

“Remember that the other man may be totally wrong. But he doesn’t think so. Don’t condemn him. Any fool can do that try to understand him. Only wise, tolerant, exceptional men even try to do that. There is a reason why the other man thinks and acts as he does. Ferret out that hidden reason, and you have the key to his actions, perhaps to his personality. Try honestly to put yourself in his place.” – Dale Carnegie. If a leader wants to do breakdown spirit of staff, pointing out their mistake is very effective. Leaders should use indirect methods; make them repair their mistake and progress.

4. Having some small presents:

Leaders do not need rewarding too much, but they should recognize the efforts of all staff. When a project is successful and finish, leaders should reward their staff something such as a small bonus from project turnover, a traveling, voucher or anything else. Leaders also have a small party to make all staff relaxing in a long time and closer; this is also a way making leaders understand their staff more.


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