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Find out what motivates employees on Business & Prestige

It seems that today, when the need for self-development is so high and when access to relevant practices and training is so easy, we have come to understand ourselves better and, consequently, we understand others better, too. Is it really so? Ewa Jochheim explains this in detail in an article for Business & Prestige.

It seems that today, when the need for self-development is so high and when access to relevant practices and training is so easy, we have come to understand ourselves better and, consequently, we understand others better, too. Is it really so? The need for mutual understanding is important not only in everyday life but also (and maybe first of all) in business, especially in managing a team. Knowledge about the people we work with helps to motivate them more effectively and wisely. This may seem obvious but is not really so. Unfortunately, we still pay too little attention to ourselves and others. This is why the ancient reward and punishment method we remember from school lingers on in corporate structures, both in lower and higher levels. Team managers seem to believe that success is all that counts and that it is enough to stimulate employees to go forward. Sometimes you get the impression they treat success as motivation in itself. The question is: does success mean the same thing to everyone? Even in the case of common goals, such as the development of the company or the team. Read the whole article HERE.

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