Motivation-strategies-brochure-final.docx - Steve KovakSeptember 4 2017HCS\/370Motivation StrategiesRobbie Mckindra University of Phoenix 2727 Candle

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Motivation Strategies In most organizations employees do not work in isolation, in most cases they do work as a team. If employees work together often as teams, then it would be wise to focus on developing cohesive teams. Team building exercises should be conducted and promoting workplace unity, so that the opportunity for improvement can be developed, to ensure that your employees can work supportively together and boost the productively levels. University of Phoenix 2727 Candle Lane Phoenix, Arizona 32033 Robbie Mckindra Motivation Strategies HCS/370 September 4, 2017 Steve Kovak Motivating Teams The main goal to developing a cohesive team is to carefully select a group of team members. The company should focus on grouping individuals with others who get along well. If individuals are placed with others who do not get along well then, they will not be a successful group of individuals. The first task that must be developed is an objective. To develop a team that will function cohesively, ever team member should clearly understand the objectives of the team. Once this goal is established then employees will then be able to function accordingly, to work together to complete their goals.
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2727 Candle Lane When managing a team, the manager must always encourage their employees to always communicate with one another. They must also develop different methods to aid in their communication, such as exchanging phone number, setting up emails, using chat groups, and having meetings regularly so that they have the means to communicate with ease.
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