• Identify Skills and Roles The main goal if establishing a team is to develop a collaboration of individuals with specific skill set for the purpose of a determined goal. A leader many base their team on top performers and/or collaborate the efforts of various tiers of individuals for growth and skills development. • Motivation, Measure and Monitor Find out what motivates your team members, as a invested employee is the key to a successful organization. Every person has specific needs and motivating factors that will engage and affect their performance. Once a leader has clear comprehension of the motivating factors of their team, solid outcomes can be determined and measured. Monitoring maps the overall success of the team.
MOTIVATION FACTORS There are many theories as to the needs of individuals. An effective manager can influence their individual team member to self motivate and be top performers. Their best work can be determined by their motivating factors. Types of Motivating Factors: Intrinsic Motivation An employee motivation can be based on self - satisfaction and for fear of consequences. An employee can equate the reward to their personal action and to they would not need external factors, such as a financial intensive to motivate them. Extrinsic Motivation Other motivating factors can be based on external factors, such as financial incentives ( bonus, annual raises based on performance, etc.). These motivators can be considered short -
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