If you have strong beliefs and work extremely hard for your company, then good job, you are half way done with the required things to get your business on the right track. The next half is to convince everyone that is working for you to share that motivation and to become a part of your goal. If you have tried already and failed don’t stress out just shift your perspective and try new methods that can help your workforce to become a better team.
Make a game out of their daily goals
People love to play, and they love to be a part of a team. If you consistently give them work, they will feel burned out at some point, but if you try and gamify the daily goals, there is a significantly lower chance that the people will feel worn out. In fact, if you can set goals and give mini rewards for every milestone that can be reached than people will feel energized to reach them and certain individuals will even work 200% as they have a competitive nature.
The more people come into the company, the more trust needs to be built in between them. If you just let the new people learn their place they might feel like they walk into a den of lions. Bring them in and show them that you trust them from the beginning. Building trust with new employees is easy if you can make it a team effort.
Motivate key players
Trying to motivate 200 people can be a challenge for anyone. We believe that if management has taught us anything it’s that you don’t need to do everything all the time. Focus your motivational energy on the main players and watch them as they do the job for you.
Work with an open door
Being a strong leader means that you need to be open to all your employees all the time. Make them understand that they need to respect your time but also show that you respect theirs. Have a policy that will encourage them to come and talk to you first if they have a problem. That way you can fix issues before they start spreading like fire in the company, and believe us you would not want that.