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Strategies for Developing Self-Driven Teams
April 2022View Downloadable Edition
The Great Motivation Reset
In an era of tight labor pools, mass resignations and dramatic shifts to the role of the office, it's more important than ever to take a strategic approach to motivating and recognizing employees.
Why Best Friendships at Work Matter
Gallup studies show that employees who say they have a best friend at work are more productive and more likely to be engaged.
Sit On the Footlocker
Sometimes, it's enough for a manager to simply make workers aware you know how hard they are working and you appreciate it.
The Positives of Negative Feedback
Learning from error is imperative to growth. Behavioral psychologist Ayelet Fishbach says managers and employees alike must embrace the positives of negative feedback
Happy Workers Are the Highest Performers
Happier employees are more likely to emerge as leaders, earn higher scores on performance evaluations, and tend to be better teammates.
Recognition Remains a Priority Budget Item
Companies are trimming daily perks, but maintaining spending on incentives. The Incentive Research Foundation reports 2022 incentive trends.
Points Programs Play Important Role During COVID
Research indicates that workers who have participated in a recognition program that awards points that can be redeemed for rewards are more engaged and have a higher opinion of their employer.
Effective Communication Is Vital to Employee Morale
Studies show that a strong internal communications strategy in a company enhances business success. Here's a closer look at why that's true.
Encouragement Is the Essence of Strong Management
Three tips for making encouragement more impactful in the workplace.
Using Psychology to Motivate Your Sales Team
Whether you want to get back on track and see conversions, or get your sales department to the next level, you can use psychology to boost those working in your sales department.