Generate and Maintain Motivation

Motivation is a human matter. Each of us has got their own values, talents and desires that will need to be taken into account to keep teams motivated, regardless of their generation. This program is not just for managers. Signs of recognition, signs of acknowledgement and congratulations can be given by anyone. And of course, a piece of advice: avoiding all the words and behaviors that could demotivate those around us.

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Our employees are different.
They are not motivated by the same things. They are not like you. Maybe you like stability, but they are happy with diversity.
Do you know what motivates each of them? Here are a few questions and ideas to help you motivate each employee according to their individual levers.

Five signs of recognition can generate extra motivation: words of affirmation, receiving gifts, quality time, acts of service and the non-verbal. It’s in this environment of attention that your interlocutor will be motivated to give their best. Here are the 5 attitudes adapted to the company with many examples facilitating their application.

Employees complain of being “demotivated”. By taking their comments at face value, we can therefore consider that the manager’s first challenge is to avoid demotivating his teams.
Three managerial attitudes should be eliminated: taking your employees for wrenches (simple work tools), taking your employees for children (adopting paternalistic or maternalist management), and taking your employees for idiots (not giving meaning, nor listening to their opinions).

How best to manage seniors in the company?
Here are 3 tips: manage them normally, i.e. as equals, from adult to adult, neither from a high nor low position.
Second: show consideration for their skills and experience, which are an asset for all.
Third: find the right levers to keep them motivated.

They were born between 1980 and 1995 (2000 according to some experts). They are called generation Y, followed by Generation Z.
Babyboomers and X’s are a bit helpless in the face of those who will soon represent the majority of employees.
The good news is that their difference and their demands are forcing managers to become excellent. Not just good managers who deliver results, but leaders who inspire, listen, develop, take risks. How to manage the new generations Y and Z? Here are 3 tips: treat them like adults, be inspiring and be flexible.

Human beings need attention and consideration to fully express themselves and give the best of themselves. As adults signs of acknowledgement seems to take a back seat, especially at work.
So why are signs of acknowledgement so important? Why are they so little or so badly given? And especially how to give them?

Do you congratulate your collaborators and colleagues?
Do you also, like many others, believe that when a job is well done, then it’s so normal that there’s no point in pointing it out?
Do you remember to give positive feedback to your colleagues and your superiors?
Given that positive feedback is a source of well-being, motivation and performance, you are really missing out on a great lever.

Is your employee or colleague not on target with a goal that you have agreed on?
Are their attitudes and actions not in line with the expectations?
Don’t delay refocusing with them.This is a great opportunity for you to show courage, caring and agility.

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