Employee motivation – Is the Pep Rally really working?

Do you have any pep rallies or other motivational information for better performance from employees? In some cases, the answer is yes. However, there are three instances where the pep rally will probably not be effective. You are looking for:

Cases where interest alone will not solve the problem
If the reason for vocational education has not fulfilled your expectations, for other reasons ( eg skill gap, lack of understanding of underlying problem, or clash of personality or style employees, to name a few), then the best pep rally will do little to solve the problems. An incentive for such events may be a temporary alliance for the real thing, but eventually the effect will disappear. At that point, you must deal with the real cause for a lasting change.

Cases where motivation helps, but is not the main focus of success
For some workplaces, employees are already motivated. Instead of needing more motivation, they need understanding from managers or owners that what they try to achieve will take time, as well as the same, more focused effort to achieve. If sales for a particular product or service are long, then more motivation is unnecessary. While it may help a little, in these cases, other skills play a greater role in achieving success (or failure) efforts, and further motivation is not needed.

Cases where the preparation process is broken
Probably, if what your business has been doing before has been successful, you will soon have competitors who accept many of the same techniques and techniques. On the other hand, if your business has failed, you will soon get a monopoly on bad business performance. If the subprocessing process your employees use is broken, whether competitors have copied it or because of the fundamentals in the business world, it would not be helpful to be more interested in doing the same.

In those cases where interest will not fix the correct problem, as it is not the key to success or when the basic business model is no longer, increased incentives (in the form of pep rallies or other provisions) are not likely to be successful. However, if your employees have not been doing as much as they could, and apparently just being down emotionally, then a visit can be just getting them back on track.

Copyright 2010, by Marc Mays


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