Ways to Motivate Your Team East Amherst NY

Whether you realize it or not, the people in your team are your businesses' most valuable asset. Keeping them motivated is considered a challenge for many employers. Granted, skill and ability are key aspects of whether an employee can do the work, but motivation is essential if you expect the maximum performance from your roster.

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Ways to Motivate Your Team

Whether you realize it or not, the people in your team are your businesses' most valuable asset. Keeping them motivated is considered a challenge for many employers. Granted, skill and ability are key aspects of whether an employee can do the work, but motivation is essential if you expect the maximum performance from your roster.

If you're committed to retaining the best people, you'll need to start thinking outside the box. It's time to up the ante and reward all the blood, sweat and tears benefiting your bottom line. Here are seven unique ways to motivate and reward your treasured team.

1. Leased cars for full time employees. It sounds like a whopper, but if the expense of operating a vehicle is a cost/budget friendly scenario, a company car will go a long way for your top earners.

2. Flying lessons. If airsickness is an issue, try a track day at a local speedway. Heart-pounding, adrenaline soaked diversions are an exciting way to get your team revved. Just make sure they're not racing those leased company cars.

3. Dry cleaning pick-up. Little things like having clothes picked-up or delivered can help busy sales people immensely. Plus, it's less expensive than buying your sales team a new wardrobe. Easy on the starch, though.

4. Hammocks in the lounge. Take a note from the likes of Google; team members who feel comfortable and relaxed in an office environment are more confident about their abilities and are more productive.

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