The Complete Idiot's Guide to Motivating People by Susan Shelley

By Susan Shelley

You're no fool, after all. You get your paintings performed quickly and realize the significance of delegating accountability. but if it involves getting your staff to head that additional mile, you are feeling like you are training the undesirable information Bears in Little League. do not kick the water cooler but! the entire Idiot's consultant to Motivating humans may also help get the easiest functionality from your team--and even aid them benefit from the event. during this entire Idiot's advisor, you get:

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Because change always runs against the current trend, whatever it is, you need to take some steps to get your team moving toward something new. ℜ♦ Identify the current trend. ℜ♦ Make sure that everyone on your team understands the trend, and what drives the trend. ℜ♦ Justify the need for your team to move in a new direction. ℜ♦ Motivate your team to constructively rise above the current trend and toward the new direction. ℜ♦ Commit the necessary resources and allow your team to do its job. Â < previous page page_140 next page > If you like this book, buy it!

When the executive team finally voted again, the vote was five to three. The CEO added his own vote, making the final tally six to three. Now he had a significant majority in favor of the takeover, and he hadn't been forced to cast the tiebreaker vote. He had a following among his customers. The CEO knew that his team needed to move forward, but he let its members do it on their own. He didn't push or impose his views, but let the process occur naturally. He showed excellent leadership in allowing the improvement (the takeover) to occur, but by not forcing it.

Consider using explanations such as the ones below: ℜ♦ I understand that it's especially tough to watch our friends lose their jobs when we're still paying dividends to stockholders. However, our majority stockholders are institutions. Specifically, the Teacher's Retirement Fund of Minnesota (or whatever) is our largest shareholder. It must have a dividend to meet its ongoing obligations to the retirees, many of whom trained us and our children. They invested their members' money in us, and we have to address our responsibility to them.

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