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How to Capitalize on the 4 Types of Employee Motivation

Posted by Emily Lundberg   Jul 10, 2018 10:30:02 AM

category: leadership, Project Management

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.

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How to Use Delegative Leadership to Empower Team Success

Posted by Emily Lundberg   Jul 5, 2018 2:15:31 PM

category: leadership

Conventional wisdom says that the more autonomy employees have, the more engaged, happy, and motivated they are. However, if granted without proper planning, lack of structure can be a double-edged sword that degrades team morale and effectiveness.

Employee autonomy is the key to the delegative leadership style, and yet studies often show it is ineffective. The issue is that, while giving employees complete autonomy is great in theory, managers still hold employees accountable for the results they want - regardless of whether or not their teams understand the vision and are equipped to deliver. For many employees, this leads to role conflict, role ambiguity, and other forms of workplace stress that have a lasting negative impact.

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Productive People Don’t Actually Do it All Themselves

Posted by Andrew Miller   Jul 3, 2018 4:29:23 PM

category: leadership

I often chat with clients about sales productivity. It’s one of the most enjoyable parts of my work, as it gives me an opportunity to coach members on ways to maximize the value of their Prialto serviceHere is what I’ve noticed. 

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