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Positive Accountability implies recognizing and celebrating the positive achievements your technicians make. Steve gives three examples.
Employees apply for a job because they need a paycheck. Motivate employees to stay and prosper for these reasons.
Should this restorer start a restoration company of his own? There are no easy answers. Steve invites all cleaners and restorers to first establish goals.
Careful, calculated compensation plans can reward productive employees. Steve offers practical considerations for residential cleaners before diving in.
Improve your worker’s sense of self worth and you will create long term employees who love their job.
How to work through adversity and stay on the path to success and sustained growth
Start With Why has its own simple philosophy “people don’t buy WHAT you do, they buy WHY you do it.”
The boss doesn’t have to flaunt her authority by threatening people and the business owner certainly shouldn’t try to bully someone into higher performance.
We all want excited, motivated employees that are “invested” in the future of our business. The single best, cheapest and most effective motivational technique? Public Recognition! BUT money talks too!
The starting point to gain focus in your business today is to have a crystal clear vision of where your company is headed tomorrow. The vision I’m talking about doesn’t have to be fancy and it doesn’t have to be framed and hung on a wall.
Why not REWARD your loyal customers and MOTIVATE them to refer your services? (Remember that if you don’t create Cheerleaders with Value Added Service NO ONE will refer you!)
The more “public” your R&R the more impact it has with an employee. Here is an easy way for clients and coworkers to publicly R&R your employees’ efforts.
Evaluation and performance tracking systems require well thought-out and careful thought. ESPECIALLY with employee motivation/performance systems it is very important to avoid the “ready-fire-aim” syndrome! Here’s some ideas …
Steve explains how “sharing the pain” (AND the profits) can hold your employees “accountable” while also helping them strive for perfection.