Highly motivated employees tend to be more productive, better skilled, and more willing to grow and learn when compared to their unengaged counterparts. But how do you maintain a fun company culture, while also continuing to grow the business?
One of the hardest things to do when stepping in to a leadership role is figuring out what you can do as a manager to motivate your employees. This question rolls over and over in most minds of the leadership community. And, it can get very confusing testing, trying out different techniques, and figuring out what will work best for your individual team.
But, the good news is, motivating your employees can be far simpler than you thought! A recent study has found that aside from obvious reasons – like more money, benefits, or bonuses – employees tend to stick around for other, more intangible reasons.