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  • Writer's pictureLaci Fair

How to keep your team motivated


1. Lead by example: Show your team that you are invested in the success of the project and motivated to achieve shared goals. Demonstrate a willingness to put in the hard work and stay positive even when things get tough.


2. Provide recognition: Acknowledge accomplishments, big and small, and recognize team members for their hard work. People are more likely to stay motivated when they receive feedback and appreciation for their efforts.


3. Foster collaboration: Encourage team members to interact with one another and work together to reach shared objectives. This creates an environment where everyone feels included and valued, and increases the sense of accomplishment when a task is completed.


4. Set clear goals: Establish short-term objectives that are attainable and realistic, and ensure that everyone understands what needs to be done and why. This gives team members a sense of purpose, direction and motivation.


5. Offer incentives: Give rewards and incentives, such as bonuses or days off, to motivate team members to give their best effort. The incentives don’t have to be expensive, simple rewards like lunches or movie tickets can be effective in motivating employees.


6. Align tasks with interests: Get to know your team members’ strengths and interests and assign tasks accordingly. People are more motivated when doing something that matches their skills and interests.


7. Allow for flexibility: Rather than micromanage, give team members the freedom to come up with their own ideas and strategies. This encourages creativity and allows individuals to feel empowered and more motivated.


8. Mindset Coaching: Mindset coaching can help teams in business by teaching strategies for managing their thoughts and reactions, creating positive team dynamics, and finding ways to stay focused and motivated. It can also help team members learn how to effectively communicate and collaborate with each other, manage stress, and build trust and collaboration. This, in turn, leads to increased workplace productivity, healthier workplace relationships, and improved overall performance.

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