2. Leadership Shares the Vision
To inspire employee motivation, leadership must, share the vision. It's not enough to just be optimistic. The leader must give the team and organization something to be optimistic about. Talk about where he has been, where he is, and where he is going. Share the plan for a brighter and better future, talk about the actions you must take, and constantly reiterate the reasons why you will be successful. Create a vision statement that inspires and rallies your team and organization." 3. Leadership Builds Relationships
Relationships build real motivation. It's much easier to motivate someone if manager knows them and they know manager. After all, if the manager does not take the time to get to know the people who are working for him, then how can he ever truly know the best way to lead, coach, and motivate them effectively? And, for that matter, how can he expects them to trust and follow him if they don't know he as well? Relationships are the foundation upon which winning teams and organizations are built, managers make their relationship with their employees their number one priority. 4. Leadership Creates Purpose-Driven Goals
Create purpose-driven goals. When it comes down to it, the real force behind motivation has nothing to do with money or number-driven goals. Real motivation is driven by purpose and a desire to make a difference. In fact, people are most energized when they are using their strengths for a purpose beyond themselves. When employees feel as though the work they do is playing an integral role in the overall success of the company and the world, they are motivated to work harder. Similarly, when they feel as though they are working for something more than just the bottom line, they feel good about the work they are doing. So as a leader, he will want to motivate the team by focusing less on number goals and more on purpose-driven goals. ISit down with each individual on the team and talk through their personal...
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