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How To Motivate Your Employees 
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Elinor Stutz  --   Top One Percent Influencer and Sales Performance Guru Elinor Stutz -- Top One Percent Influencer and Sales Performance Guru
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Dateline: Washington, DC
Thursday, January 4, 2024

 

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How To Motivate Your Employees 

Upfront decisions are necessary upon undertaking the idea of owning your own business. One significant issue is whether to hire employees. It is a challenging answer, as many possibilities exist for a workaround. Should the thought cross your mind or be in action, our collaborative blog offers insights on How to Motivate Your Employees.

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Motivate Your Employees

Options Exist for Proceeding

Hiring employees is only sometimes necessary. You might prefer to work alone to do everything yourself. But as business and confidence grow, it’s wise to reconsider if the time is right to hire staff. 

Outsourcing tasks is another possibility, particularly when encountering one you can’t do yourself. When the type of task is necessary until you close the business, consider hiring staff to enhance business growth and success the best you may.

One note of caution is that having employees is one thing, but having dedicated, motivated employees who want to do their work and will supersede expectations because they know you appreciate them will be the game changer for recognition and growth. However, remember that motivating employees is essential for everyone’s success.

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Put Safety First

Employees will only be happy and motivated to work if their place of work is safe. They’ll be so concerned about injury or damage that they’ll try to get everything done as fast as possible and get out where it’s safer. Worse, they may seriously consider quitting, which becomes costly to hire and train and see them quit to face the need to hire again. 

Show your employees that you take their health and safety seriously, and they’ll be more motivated to perform to expectations and ideally above them. Offer them PPE with good closed cell foam pad elements and teach them how (and why) to use these essential safety items. 

Ensure all the equipment and machinery your staff uses is up-to-date and fit for purpose. Carry out regular training plus regular maintenance. Reassure your team that you’re putting safety first, as well-being matters.

Delegate 

Business can be daunting between the small tasks, long-term projects, competition, finances, and the desire to be in it for the long haul. The entire point of having employees is to ease the burden as much as possible. More importantly, having them in your employ allows more time for you to focus on growth and potential partnerships, should that be your desire. 

For some business owners, however, it’s challenging to let go and trust their team to take on the work and do it right. However, the result is that the business owners end up doing everything. Hence, their unmotivated employees need more to do, which may lead to the pricey quitting syndrome. 

To solve this issue:

  1. Learn how to delegate.
  2. Recall why you hired the people you employ; no doubt you felt they could do the job, so trust them and give them the necessary tasks plus projects that need completion.
  3. Check-in with each staff member to see if they need assistance and ensure each project will be timely.

A note of caution: don’t micromanage, or you’ll put them off. When employees feel you trust them to do their job, they will be more motivated to excel.

Rewards 

One excellent approach to ensuring employees remain long-term is to ensure they are rewarded for a job well done that boosts your business’ income and increases audience attention, contributing to its reputation. 

Rewards come in many styles, including expense. Examples are:

  • A bonus
  • Extra vacation days
  • Vouchers
  • Present an employee of the month picture hanging in your office.
  • President’s Club trip

Recognition and awards are excellent motivating factors contributing to staff and business success. They always prove to be great motivators for the team to do more than meet expectations.

In Conclusion: Motivate Your Employees 

Upon making it a goal to motivate your employees, you will likely witness greater staff loyalty. They will also likely dedicate themselves to learning how to provide valuable work on their end. And it all contributes to the bottom line for a greater likelihood of business success.

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Sales Tips: How to Motivate Your Employees

  1. Inspiration is necessary for all types of businesses and careers; the goal to embrace is to Be Inspired and Inspiring!
  2. Upon interviewing someone, ask questions to reveal the willingness to learn the new.
  3. Ensure those you hire share enthusiasm for working together.
  4. Provide proper training for staff so they may contribute to the company’s growth.
  5. Hold regular team meetings to answer questions, address issues, and offer helpful insights.
  6. Ensure everyone feels comfortable contributing to the team meetings.
  7. Maintain an open-door policy plus a suggestion box for ease of communication.
  8. Celebrate victories among the team.
  9. Reward significant contributions from individuals.
  10. Celebrate success!

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Kred proclaimed Stutz as a “Top 1% Influencer for Social Media,.  CEO World Magazine named Stutz as one of “The brightest sales minds to follow on Twitter”.  Bizzhum and NowISeeIt both named the Smooth Sale Blog as one of the “Top 100 Most Innovative Sales Bloggers.”  Stutz consults and speaks worldwide.

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