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Dear All I am working for a IT Counsulting Firm, How to Motivate Team Members, Kindly share in your Veiws, Awaiting for your favourable response. Rgds
From India, Hyderabad
Hello Dear,

Positive recognition is one of the mightiest of motivating factors at work. Sincere appreciation of a job well done goes far. Creative rewards such as gift certificates, an afternoon off, a special parking spot, a massage or facial, a round of golf, a new title, or being mentioned in the company newsletter are but a few ways to recognize employees.

• Build team spirit

• Recognize accomplishments

• Eliminate boundaries

• Build career path – This career path program includes the progress employees need to make to get a promotion, quarterly updates on their progress and periodic plans with company – assigned mentors.

• Discover what makes each person tick – Instead of creating a program that addresses the entire company; try individualizing your motivational program. By collecting very specific information on each employee, you can create employee-tailored services that speak to their specific needs.

• Reward creativity – Submit ideas via mail. The winners with the best ideas, who are chosen on a quarterly basis, receive funds and time to develop their ideas. Runners-up receive an award and recognition as well.

• Offer interesting perk

• Ask for feedback and act on it - Too many employees feel that their knowledge goes unheard and unappreciated. A culture that fosters feedback makes people feel wanted and understood. But listening is not enough; you have to also act on their suggestions and feedback if you are going to make your employees feel more motivated.

• Offer flexible work arrangement

• Group rewards may be appropriate, but don't undermine individual initiative.

I hope, This will help you out..

Wish you all the best,


From India, Bangalore
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