Ways to Motivate Your Employees
Every manager or owner wants the employee to act as if it was their company as well. So how do you promote that type of response from your employees? In managing employees, it helps to have a blueprint that guides you in building a strong team…a team that believes that have a say and know they are contributing to the success of the company.
“6 Ways to Get Your Employees to Act Like Entrepreneurs” by Mike Michalowicz on American Express OPEN Forum.
The first point “Get them started on the right foot” is critical to the level of productivity of each employee.
The first 45 days sets into motion the attitude and performance of each person.
It’s more difficult to change a negative attitude then to create a positive one.
Throughout the process of recruiting, interviewing and hiring, you have the opportunity to impress the candidate. After you hire the candidate, you need to have in place a “strong process” that continues to impress the employee.
Positive impressions go both ways…employee and employer. If you want the employee to feel they own a piece of the company, then impress them with insuring they have the tools, training and integrate them with the other team members.
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