How To Inspire And Develop High Level Employee Motivation For Superior Job Productivity

September 17, 2012

One of the biggest concerns I hear regularly from retail managers is a lack of productivity from their staff.

Employees are our greatest asset’. Yeah, right. Anyone who’s been a manager for a day knows many of them are liabilities. Few activities are more time-consuming and energy draining than the management of poorly performing employees. But how do you turn them around?

At the best, compulsion brings grudging acquiescence to your will. At the worst, it breeds quiet and undetectable sabotage (it really can…)

So when we’re thinking of motivating people to do their best, we’re thinking of something very different from compulsion: We’re thinking about getting the very best from members of our team by providing an environment that is rich with motivating factors. When you do that, the people working with and around you are free to draw on the elements they each find the most motivating and rewarding. You can get specific, fast working help to develop a champion team when you click here.

Human beings are pre-wired to be motivated. Something gets us up every morning – if it’s the need for a morning coffee or the need to eat something…. We are motivated to satisfy those needs. So motivation is what brings people to work every day even if it is just to get a paycheck. But if you want to build a great and productive work environment, you need people who are motivated to achieve more than their basic needs.

As an employer or manager, the type of motivation you want to encourage in your employees is the desire to do much more than show up for work each day: You want people to do a great job once they are there! People who are motivated to a higher level get involved in their work, and they are interested in making work – and the world – a better place. And it’s your job to inspire and develop this kind of motivation.

Here’s a simple equation that shows the importance of motivation:

Job performance = ability x motivation

When your team is motivated you can expect a myriad of benefits to follow: People will have:

  • Renewed morale, and meaning at work.
  • Improved personal performance.
  • Deepened appreciation for internal and external customers.
  • Increased energy and resilience to stress.     
  • An enriched quality of work.
  • Increased creativity and good humor.

If you are ready to consistently experience this level of job performance from your employees, click here now.

If you are ready to learn how you can create a richer motivational environment for your employees you have to take ACTION.

You’ll learn some tools and strategies to help you increase workplace motivation that you can start applying today.

Motivation comes from within your employees, and armed with your plan, you will feel more confident in paving the road towards higher levels of motivation, with all the benefits that it can bring.

To your abundant success,

Leon Skaliotis – Founder, Retail Fundamentals.

Leon Skaliotis is an accomplished retail consulting specialist in Melbourne, Australia, who  successfully coaches Melbourne retail owners on how to create highly profitable businesses by attracting shoppers and converting them into loyal fans.

Take the next step…
If you’re thinking of taking your business to the next level and beyond, get on board my
individually tailored retail programs. If you’re not happy with your performance, now is the time to build momentum to make the next financial year your best ever. It is possible.

The fast working principles from my exclusive programmes, My Retail Success and The Outside In Method come with a 100%  Satisfaction Guarantee and enable Melbourne retailers to:

  • Attract and Keep more Customers
  • Substantially increase their Profit
  • Increase the Value of each business
  • Free up more of their  Time

To receive your complimentary copy of “Retail Secrets Every Owner Should Know” click:

You can contact Leon Skaliotis direct on (+61) 0425 83 3344  or email:


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