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Creating Positivity in Your Staff

A team is a must for any enterprise and its growth, but, a motivated team is most vital for a day to day proceeding of an epic company. Here are few tips for creating positivity in your staff and building on it. Read ON!
It matters not whether you’re a CEO, a business owner, a manager or simply a supervisor, having people reporting to you puts you in a position of responsibility for their well-being and their happiness as well as their productivity and reliability. As a manager, it’s Staff Positivity a smart move to attempt to pick up the group’s morale in order to improve your staff’s work rate: it’s one of those accepted parts of business that a happy workforce is a productive workforce. So, here are some ideas to help you improve the positivity of your staff.



Add Incentives





Personal and group incentives are a great way of inspiring a team to work harder in the knowledge that a certain yield of work will grant them some form of reward, whether that be an extra day of holiday, a group night out with drinks paid for by management, or even just an order-in pizza at lunchtime. It’s up to you to decide what you do and when, but remember that breaking up the working week with these little incentives will reduce the boredom in your office.



Name and Praise





Feedback is important in any line of work, and so it’s important to name check anyone who’s been particularly wonderful as a worker. This is often done in ‘employee of the month’ pictures on the wall or posts on the company Facebook page but, as a nicer Staff Positivity touch, why not make a newsletter and distribute it throughout the whole company and put in the pictures and profiles of this month’s most diligent and impressive workers.



One-on-One Meetings





The backbone of any business is communication, and that starts in-house. Making sure you’ve got open and honest dialogue with all of your staff is an important step in getting a team to pull around you in times of increased workload. One-on-one meetings are a great place to start, listening to the views of your staff in order to improve your own approach, make concessions for those who are going through a tough time, or in order to gain a better idea of what employees might be struggling within the work they’re performing.




Staff Positivity Pay Rises





Pay rises are another incredible incentive that should be added incrementally to your staff’s working lives: it means they’ll be more likely to stay on in their position and less likely to find themselves without investment in the job at hand. You can either reward on a project-by-project basis, or simply up wages by a certain amount based on the time that your employees have spent at the company. Those pay rises that are given as a reward for hard work produce more hard work, so bear this in mind with your best employees - the ones you really can’t afford to lose. 
Getting your staff into a positive mindset is a way of guaranteeing a productive and cooperative working environment; follow some of these tips as a manager in order to celebrate your team, inspiring them to better and more efficient work for your company.

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Any facts, figures or references stated here are made by the author & don't reflect the endorsement of iU at all times unless otherwise drafted by official staff at iU. This article was first published here on 31st May 2018.

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