HOW TO MOTIVATE AND REWARD YOUR OVERWORKED STAFF

After years of exceptionally tough economic times, wouldn’t it be nice to be able to give everyone in your company a hefty raise in recognition of their hard work and dedication? 

If it were only that easy!As you probably have read, survey after survey indicates that a high percentage of workers would change jobs if they had the opportunity. That should serve as a red flag for even the most self-assured leaders.

The truth is that keeping your people motivated and engaged requires applying creative, alternative engagement strategies.

So how do you motivate your team and get them in sync with your organization’s overall mission and strategic focus? And how do you make work fun again and ensure that when a headhunter calls, your top performers will stay and not be tempted by “greener pastures”?

  • Apply effective methods of employee motivation
  • Develop plans for more effective team motivation
  • Set clear and defined goals as part of the motivation process
  • Identify specific challenges of workplace motivation and learn how to address them

Day 1

Foster Open Communication

  • Show them you care
  • Always follow up

Create an Agile Work Environment

  • Pick up the pace
  • Encourage innovation

Be Someone You’d Want to Work For

  • Stay positive
  • Be understanding
  • Get to know your team

Day 2

Encourage Workplace Camaraderie

  • Focus on team bonding
  • Manage employee conflicts personally

Invest in Your Employees’ Happiness

  • Respect their work-life balance
  • Show appreciation

Incentivize the Workplace

  • Make work fun
  • Reward people for hard work

Day 3

Effective Ways to Motivate Employees

  • Create an Awe-Inspiring Work Environment
  • Lead with Vision
  • Practice Transparency
  • Get in the Habit of Self-praise
  • Express Gratitude

Day 4

Outbound Activities Aimed At Improving:

  • Communication
  • Teamwork
  • Confidence
  • Motivation

Day 5

Manage a Staff That’s Overworked

  • Help Them Prioritize
  • Encourage Work/Life Balance
  • Provide Appropriate R&R (Rewards and Recognition)
  • Celebrate Achievement

  • Human Resource staff and Human Resource Manager
  • Team leaders, supervisors, professionals at all levels
  • Those seeking greater responsibility

  • Face To Face
  • Role playing
  • Post session assessment
  • Video presentation
  • Case study

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