October 22, 2016
2016-10-17are-your-priorities-up-the-creek

Are your priorities up the creek?

Are your priorities up the creek? Making decisions on what projects to tackle, and when to tackle them, will always feature as a daily task for most of us. We all have a variety of jobs to perform with goals […]
October 22, 2016
2016-10-10-what-does-the-e-in-pride-stand-for

Can you put the spring back into non-performer’s steps? (Part 4)

Positive, Recognise, Involve, D = ? So far, we have taken Key Steps to motivate others by creating a positive environment, recognising their efforts (rewarding where necessary) and inspiring through involving them in setting goals. This week we are going […]
October 22, 2016
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Can you put the spring back into non-performer’s steps? (Part 3)

Positive, Recognise, I = ? So far, we have used the first two letters of the word ‘PRIDE’ as a way to turn demotivation into motivation. How well were you able to create a positive work environment and then recognise […]
October 22, 2016
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Can you put the spring back into non-performer’s steps? (Part 1)

Can you put the spring back into non-performer’s steps? Yes, you can! One of the biggest challenges we all face when putting an employee on performance management is preventing them from becoming demotivated. The idea behind performance management is to […]
October 22, 2016
2016-10-10-what-does-the-e-in-pride-stand-for

Can you put the spring back into non-performer’s steps? (Part 2)

P=Positive, R=…? Last week we looked at the first letter of the word ‘PRIDE’ as a tool to turn demotivation into motivation. The ‘P’ stands for POSITIVE environment. How did you do in that area this past week? Were you […]