Most people struggle with motivation, but it’s not the only reason we fail to meet our goals. There are six sources of influence — and not all are working to our advantage. What are you missing?
Real motivation doesn’t come from money — it comes from what we do with money. To increase motivation, here’s how to connect money to the things that matter most.
If you’re looking to increase workplace engagement, ask yourself these two questions to see how you’re socially motivating your employees. If they’re not socially motivated, you’re missing out on a key source of influence.
When we don’t enjoy something or see growth because of it, it’s hard for us to be engaged in our work. If you or your employees need motivation, take a look at the tasks at hand and the potential for personal development.
When you lead a group, balancing the roles of facilitator, group, & content is tough. When you focus too much on one area to the exclusion of another, you likely fall into one of these three facilitation pitfalls.
To best create positive learning environments, we don’t necessarily have to learn new things — we just have to remember the key players involved and recognise their role in the learning experience.
We all work for money, but that’s not the only reason. These four valued outcomes beyond pay drive our employees to do their best and really engage in their work!
Everybody misses work sometime, but if the excuses start multiplying, you likely have a problem with employee engagement.
Change is hard. But a support system makes it easier. If we want to make it easy for people to change, we need to rally the support of those who enable. We need the power of influence.