It pays to motivate your employees


Monday, April 11, 2016
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Motivated employees, strongly committed to the company: is this an impossible pipe dream? We have in mind a few names of brands and organizations that embrace this model. So why not you too? The company’s passion starts with its leader, and that’s why this mission starts with you, for you alone have the power to convey the message to your employees to work together, to work in synergy.

Some businesses have a strong reputation for having motivated employees. Though the ability to motivate others depends on one's personality, these businesses manage to motivate most of their employees, resulting in workforce stability and heightened productivity.

Motivating is part and parcel of a business's values and the entrepreneur's vision and ethics. Strong, deep-rooted organizational values foster motivation. Put yourself in the shoes of your employees and ask yourself, “What do I expect of my employer?” Think about your personal and professional values.

An 8-point holistic approach

Every employee must know your vision for your business's growth—something that is often overlooked! Employees need to know the business's goals so they can understand why their work is important and be more invested.


Read the full article on Desjardins' website