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margrett
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Hello Friends

1)Build a foundation. It’s important to build a solid foundation for your employees so they feel invested in the company. Tell them about the history of the business and your vision for the future. Ask them about their expectations and career goals, as well as how you can help them feel part of the team. When any new employee starts, make sure he or she receives a thorough welcome orientation.
2)Create a positive environment. Promote an office atmosphere that makes all employees feel worthwhile and important. Don’t play favorites with your staff. Keep office doors open and let folks know they can always approach you with questions or concerns. A happy office is a productive office.
3)Put people on the right path. Most employees are looking for advancement opportunities within their own company. Work with each of them to develop a career growth plan that takes into consideration both their current skills and future goals. If employees become excited about what’s down the road, they will become more engaged in their present work.

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Topic starter Posted : 04/02/2010 8:14 am
aiden44
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Re: Tips on Improving Employee Motivation??

Hello
I think the most important for the employer to create a good atmosphere for the staff and they should think that they are necessary and only then they will work better.
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Posted : 05/02/2010 12:28 pm
jaffery12
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Re: Tips on Improving Employee Motivation??

Motivate Your Employees by Delegating Tasks - Delegation is one of the most powerful motivation tools for empowering employees in the workplace. The sheer act of your delegating a task shows your employees that you have the confidence in them that they can do the job. Make sure you understand the task to be delegated so that you can clearly and concisely communicate how to do the task and hand off "ownership" of the task to the employees. Delegation is providing your employees with ownership of the task, providing the tools for successfully completing the task, expressing the reward and consequences for completing the task and following up.

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Posted : 06/02/2010 5:54 am
Neal44
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Re: Tips on Improving Employee Motivation??

No matter the size of your company, having a team of motivated, hard-working employees is crucial to your business success. When people lose their motivation, however, their job performance suffers -- they become less productive, less creative, less of an asset to the company.
Some tips for employee motivation
1. Build a foundation. It’s important to build a solid foundation for your employees so they feel invested in the company. Tell them about the history of the business and your vision for the future. Ask them about their expectations and career goals, as well as how you can help them feel part of the team. When any new employee starts, make sure he or she receives a thorough welcome orientation.
2. Create a positive environment. Promote an office atmosphere that makes all employees feel worthwhile and important. Don’t play favorites with your staff. Keep office doors open and let folks know they can always approach you with questions or concerns. A happy office is a productive office.
3. Put people on the right path. Most employees are looking for advancement opportunities within their own company. Work with each of them to develop a career growth plan that takes into consideration both their current skills and future goals. If employees become excited about what’s down the road, they will become more engaged in their present work.

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Posted : 06/02/2010 12:19 pm
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Posted : 09/02/2010 9:31 am
Jennie47
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Re: Tips on Improving Employee Motivation??

Hello
# Build a foundation. It’s important to build a solid foundation for your employees so they feel invested in the company. Tell them about the history of the business and your vision for the future. Ask them about their expectations and career goals, as well as how you can help them feel part of the team. When any new employee starts, make sure he or she receives a thorough welcome orientation.
# Create a positive environment. Promote an office atmosphere that makes all employees feel worthwhile and important. Don’t play favorites with your staff. Keep office doors open and let folks know they can always approach you with questions or concerns. A happy office is a productive office.
# Put people on the right path. Most employees are looking for advancement opportunities within their own company. Work with each of them to develop a career growth plan that takes into consideration both their current skills and future goals. If employees become excited about what’s down the road, they will become more engaged in their present work.

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Posted : 10/02/2010 1:40 pm
shylock
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Re: Tips on Improving Employee Motivation??

Hi

# Provide incentives. Offer people incentives to perform well, either with something small like a gift certificate or something more substantial such as a performance-based bonus or salary increase. Give out “Employee of the Month” awards. Such tokens of appreciation will go far in motivating employees.
# Honor your promises. Getting people to give their all requires following through on promises. If you tell an employee that he or she will be considered for a bonus if numbers improve or productivity increases, you’d better put your money where your mouth is. Failure to follow through on promises will result in a loss of trust -- not only that person’s trust, but the trust of every employee that hears the story.
# Provide career coaching. Help employees reach the next level professionally by providing on-site coaching. Bring in professionals to provide one-on-one counseling, which can help people learn how to overcome personal or professional obstacles on their career paths.
# Match tasks to talents. You can improve employee motivation by improving employee confidence. Assign individuals with tasks you know they will enjoy or will be particularly good at. An employee who is successful at one thing will have the self-confidence to tackle other projects with renewed energy and excitement.

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Posted : 12/02/2010 11:56 am
samual11
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Re: Tips on Improving Employee Motivation??

Hello,

You have shared a wonderful tips.Thanks for sharing.Keep sharing wonderful information like this.

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Posted : 13/02/2010 4:56 am
sam12
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Re: Tips on Improving Employee Motivation??

Hello,

Here are 10 useful pointers on getting your employees enthused, productive, and ready to give their all:

# Build a foundation. It’s important to build a solid foundation for your employees so they feel invested in the company. Tell them about the history of the business and your vision for the future. Ask them about their expectations and career goals, as well as how you can help them feel part of the team. When any new employee starts, make sure he or she receives a thorough welcome orientation.
# Create a positive environment. Promote an office atmosphere that makes all employees feel worthwhile and important. Don’t play favorites with your staff. Keep office doors open and let folks know they can always approach you with questions or concerns. A happy office is a productive office.
# Put people on the right path. Most employees are looking for advancement opportunities within their own company. Work with each of them to develop a career growth plan that takes into consideration both their current skills and future goals. If employees become excited about what’s down the road, they will become more engaged in their present work.
# Educate the masses. Help employees improve their professional skills by providing on-the-job training or in-house career development. Allow them to attend workshops and seminars related to the industry. Encourage them to attend ***** education classes paid for by the company. Employees will feel you are investing in them, and this will translate into an improved job performance.
# Don’t forget the fun. Once in a while you have put work aside and do something nice for the people who work for you. Treat the office to a pizza lunch or take everyone to the movies. Reward employees with an unexpected day off or by closing the office early on a random Friday afternoon.
# Acknowledge contributions. You can make a huge difference in employee morale simply by taking the time to recognize each employee’s contributions and accomplishments, large or small. Be generous with praise.
# Provide incentives. Offer people incentives to perform well, either with something small like a gift certificate or something more substantial such as a performance-based bonus or salary increase. Give out “Employee of the Month” awards. Such tokens of appreciation will go far in motivating employees.
# Honor your promises. Getting people to give their all requires following through on promises. If you tell an employee that he or she will be considered for a bonus if numbers improve or productivity increases, you’d better put your money where your mouth is. Failure to follow through on promises will result in a loss of trust -- not only that person’s trust, but the trust of every employee that hears the story.
# Provide career coaching. Help employees reach the next level professionally by providing on-site coaching. Bring in professionals to provide one-on-one counseling, which can help people learn how to overcome personal or professional obstacles on their career paths.
# Match tasks to talents. You can improve employee motivation by improving employee confidence. Assign individuals with tasks you know they will enjoy or will be particularly good at. An employee who is successful at one thing will have the self-confidence to tackle other projects with renewed energy and excitement.

Thank you
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Posted : 16/02/2010 5:19 am
chops705
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Re: Tips on Improving Employee Motivation??

One of the most basic skills a manager must master is people management. In the end, all management is people management. Managers must know how to motivate their employees.

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Posted : 16/02/2010 9:34 am
newman9800
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Re: Tips on Improving Employee Motivation??

You have shared a wonderful tips.
Thanks for sharing.
Keep sharing wonderful information like this.
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Posted : 18/02/2010 6:20 am
mike15
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Re: Tips on Improving Employee Motivation??

1. Employees are your most important assets, so hire the best, provide training and growth opportunities, and recognize good performance.
2. Have a meaningful, concise and realistic job description for each employee. Make sure you review it with the employee and that it is understood.
3. Be sure employees know what is expected of them. Establish high standards of performance ethics.
4. Offer specialized training or skills enhancement to your current employees. Promoting from within encourages and motivates your greatest assets─your current workforce.
5. Create a New Employee Referral Bonus Program. Describe your needs in title and duties and offer a reward for your "most wanted."

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Posted : 24/02/2010 5:41 am
jasmine19`
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Re: Tips on Improving Employee Motivation??

Hello Friends

1)Build a foundation. It’s important to build a solid foundation for your employees so they feel invested in the company. Tell them about the history of the business and your vision for the future. Ask them about their expectations and career goals, as well as how you can help them feel part of the team. When any new employee starts, make sure he or she receives a thorough welcome orientation.
2)Create a positive environment. Promote an office atmosphere that makes all employees feel worthwhile and important. Don’t play favorites with your staff. Keep office doors open and let folks know they can always approach you with questions or concerns. A happy office is a productive office.
3)Put people on the right path. Most employees are looking for advancement opportunities within their own company. Work with each of them to develop a career growth plan that takes into consideration both their current skills and future goals. If employees become excited about what’s down the road, they will become more engaged in their present work.

Have a nice day

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Posted : 26/02/2010 2:55 am
maahi123
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Re: Tips on Improving Employee Motivation??

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# Build a foundation. It’s important to build a solid foundation for your employees so they feel invested in the company. Tell them about the history of the business and your vision for the future. Ask them about their expectations and career goals, as well as how you can help them feel part of the team. When any new employee starts, make sure he or she receives a thorough welcome orientation.
# Create a positive environment. Promote an office atmosphere that makes all employees feel worthwhile and important. Don’t play favorites with your staff. Keep office doors open and let folks know they can always approach you with questions or concerns. A happy office is a productive office.
# Put people on the right path. Most employees are looking for advancement opportunities within their own company. Work with each of them to develop a career growth plan that takes into consideration both their current skills and future goals. If employees become excited about what’s down the road, they will become more engaged in their present work.

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Posted : 26/02/2010 4:32 am
andrew16
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Re: Tips on Improving Employee Motivation??

These employee motivation strategies involve improving levels of trust between the leadership of your company and staff.

1 : Find the right job for the right person
When people enjoy and are challenged by their work they become self-motivated.

2 : Empower employees
Trust employees to make their own decisions and make their own mistakes.

3 : Co-operation vs. Competition
Excessive competition destroys morale. When teams work towards a shared goal they become more motivated.

4 : Performance vs. "Presenteeism"
Do long hours necessarily equal quality work? Look at whether your organisation encourages a presentee culture rather than valuing performance and results.

5 : Involve employees in company development
Keep employees informed on new developments in the organisation and how their work impacts the company.

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