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Tips for Motivating Performance in Your Team

January 13, 2020

When it comes to end-year goals and overall performance in the workplace, motivation is a key aspect. Surprisingly, the amount of employees that are engaged at work is lower than you might think. Vision, value, and motivation are crucial in a successful, goal-achieving workforce.

If you’re looking to increase performance in the workplace or meet your year-end goals, follow these tips focusing on maintaining a vision and value within your work team.

Share the Vision and Value

The best leaders are the ones who hold true to a vision and help their coworkers and employees to understand. In light of this, having a shared goal will always have a better outcome.

Sharing a vision with your team is one of the first steps to enhancing your employee’s performance and motivation. As a result, you motivate all members to do their part in order to reach a common goal.

A workforce will focus on the overall goal due to understanding the vision. Great leaders should always allow their employees and team members to see their true value and the unique skills they bring to the workplace.
Realizing and understanding one’s genuine skills and performance will, in turn, allow the person to maintain their best skills and aim to improve them.

Recognize and Appreciate Staff Achievements

No matter the industry, motivate people by implementing recognition of their skills and qualities. As a leader, you should make sure your work environment is one where others feel welcomed and appreciated. Employees who feel appreciated in their workspace will be more motivated to perform well than those who may feel unappreciated. This means that in exchange for your gratitude, you will see your company begin to grow and flourish.
If you’d like to see how employee recognition can motivate your employees, check out Terryberry’s employee rewards and recognition programs here.


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