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<p>Six Ways to Motivate Employees</p> <p>Training and development professionals may be asked to improve organizational morale. They can begin by asking some basic questions:</p> <p>Is employee engagement slipping? Are leaders engaged and being held accountable? Does my organization offer growth and training opportunities to its employees?</p> <p>If employee dissatisfaction is identified, training and development professionals should ask… “How can employees be motivated by their manager?”</p> <p>Work with managers and executives to motivate employees: </p> <p>1. Create Internal Advancement Opportunities</p> <p>If employees know they are working towards something tangible, they tend to work harder.</p> Disengaged employee costs their employer about 10,000 dollars.</p> <p>2. Acknowledge Work Performance</p> <p>Compliment employees on their work and offer additional training opportunities.</p> <p>Happy employees are 12 percent more productive.</p> <p>3. Delegate Important Projects</p> <p>Instill trust, confidence, creative thinking and problem solving through project delegation.</p> <p>4. Offer Training Programs</p> <p>Provide incentives and rewards through training programs that demonstrate staff appreciation/ 84 percent of employees in the “Best Performing Organizations” say they are getting the training they need.</p> <p>5. Encourage Work Transparency</p> <p>Always engage in your employees and let them know their feedback and insights are always welcomed.</p> <p>Of 80,000 working adults surveyed, only 32 percent feel engaged at work.</p> <p>6. Give Clear Feedback</p> <p>Make sure managers give precise directions to their team.</p> <p>In a recent survey, there were 40 minutes of lost productivity each day due to confusing instructions.</p> <p>Consider a career in Training and Development, a professional path that enables you to help both employees and organizations succeed!</p> <p>Lewis University</p> <a href=""></a> <p>Sources:</p> <a href=""></a> <a href=""></a> <a href="http:/">http:/</a> <a href=""></a> <a href=""></a> <a href=""></a> <a href=""></a> <a href=""></a>