Motivating your staff

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How do you get your staff morale through the roof to deliver value and smiles together to the bank? Many leaders think the primary cause of low energy is poor pay or bad working conditions. However, increasing the salary of the demotivated staff is like paying a lot of money to demotivated staff.

Here is how you can get started:

Encourage employees to create workspaces that reflect their personalities and preferences. Let employees be part of the solution. Identify roles that do not require physical presence at the workplace and let the team choose the options they prefer – work from home or office.

Ensure that employees are in roles that align with their interests and strengths. This alignment can lead to greater job satisfaction and performance. People work harder when they know what is in it for them. If someone’s role aligns with their passion, they look forward to coming to work the next day.

Build a culture of collaboration where employees feel their contributions are valued and integral to the team’s success. Give employees the freedom to make decisions and take ownership of their projects. Autonomy can significantly boost motivation and creativity.

Try to shift the focus from external rewards and punishments to understanding and aligning with staff motivations. That way you can cultivate a more engaged, committed, and motivated workforce. Embrace the unmotivated by recognizing that true motivation comes from within, and create an environment where every employee can thrive.

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