Tons of articles argue that having a consistent and optimized morning routine is the key to setting yourself up to be productive. However, how you end your day has just as much, if not more, influence on your success.
The great irony of time management systems is that the people who need them most often feel they are too busy to even research, let alone, adopt them. Solving this conundrum would create tremendous value.
According to Gallup, 61% of Americans feel like they don’t have enough time. This statistic isn’t surprising. When juggling multiple projects at work, family, friends, etc. it’s challenging to choose what gets our attention. Despite this, there is a huge population of successful people who don’t feel strapped for time.
Understanding different types of motivation is the key to keeping your team engaged. Often, companies try to encourage employees with perks like flextime, recognition, wellness benefits, etc.
However, providing a mix of intrinsic and extrinsic incentives is not enough. How competitive your workplace is, plays a huge role in what drives employees. When leaders consider that, they’re able to adapt employee responsibilities to harness individual strengths.
In this article, we’ll break down the two main motivation styles among competitive and non-competitive teams and how you can leverage them to keep everyone in your organization engaged.