Everyone is motivated. The big question is what are they motivated to do and why?
As a manager, you’re expected to have all of the answers. And, you should never have a bad day. Those are tall orders.
What are we meeting about? You may be regularly hearing this question from the people who attend your meetings.
Are you looking for a way to get your team excited about your department’s goals for the next quarter or the next year?
Do you pride yourself on being one kind of person at work and another kind of person at home? Many people do.
“Engagement without accountability is entitlement,” says Cy Wakeman, drama researcher, global thought-leader, and New York Times best-selling author. Could the lack of accountability be the reason why some of your employees never seem to finish projects on time?
Has it been a while since you updated your incentive system? Or maybe some of your reps seem a little less excited about what they’re doing these days.
You’ve done it! You’ve finally hired the last person who will complete the dream team you’ve been trying to assemble.
Jason Forrest, founder and CEO at FPG (Forrest Performance Group) is the winner of five international Stevie Awards for his training programs. During a recent Manage Smarter podcast, I asked Jason why so many training programs don’t impact the bottom line as much as business leaders hope.
Leadership transparency has also been called business’ “currency of trust.” As you know, trust is the foundation of any relationship.
Too many managers treat goal setting as a one-and-done task. If that’s how you’re establishing expectations for your sales reps, you could be in for major disappointment as the year progresses.