Andy Core is an expert in Work-Life Balance, Wellbeing and Peak Human Performance.
Motivation makes the world go round or at least the job-related world. A business motivational speaker may say that if you want something done right, you should do it yourself. However, you can’t do everything and need to get things done quickly; thus, you assign some of it to somebody else. Do not forget that the other person doesn’t necessarily know what you expect from him if you don’t set the goals clearly.
Praise Goes a Long Way
You should also give some feedback in a pleasant way. Praise the worker, as studies have shown that you should do it at least once a week and avoid being overcritical. Your business motivational speaker reminds you to give him some incentives and show that you are a team player, rather than his boss. Take some time to listen to his problems and, why not, provide some good advice if you can. Avoid shouting and encourage him in his way of fulfilling his task. Reward him if you think he is entitled to get a reward, but do not allow yourself to make promises you know you cannot keep.
Positive Feedback Equals a Motivated Employee
Always remember the fact that if the employee considers you to be a bad manager, he will eventually leave for a better job. Praise, respect, reward, and encouragement are the key words for the wonderful world of motivation. You cannot motivate others if you don’t know the answer to the questions what? when? how? and why? A business motivational speaker says that a good motivator will always know what to do, when it is the right time to do it, how to make it until the end and what is the reason for doing a certain task.
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