Tasks and Goals

Tasks and goals are not the same thing. You’d be surprised how easy it can be to get these confused and how often it happens. Tasks describe how people spend their time, whereas goals are the results that they seek.

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Start At The Top—Not The Bottom

If you believe that motivation is self-produced in the workplace, think again. Gravity is a funny thing. It brings what is up high, down low. Simple physics. It's not shocking then that motivation follows the rules of gravity.

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The Power of Vulnerability in Leadership Roles

Is it difficult? Yes. Is it unnatural? It may feel that way at first, but that doesn’t mean it is. Showing vulnerability in a leadership position could go a long way to building credibility and trust among your employees.

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How To Make Work Awesome For Apathetic Employees

Sure, there are apathetic employees at any job, going about their business on autopilot. But as a leader in your company, it’s your job to instill motivation in your employees. It starts at the top because, ultimately, leaders are the ones who dictate and create company environment and day-to-day culture.

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