Employees who can perceive the sense and value of the work they do more often show initiative and take actions that exceed beyond their scope of duties. If you want to create a team comprised of such people, you first have to familiarize them with the company’s mission and direction of development, then create an effective, non-financial system of motivation.
The workplace environment should support the business strategy. It also has to allow people to maximally harness their potential and cooperate effectively with others. Within such an environment you can build motivation and bolster employees’ effectiveness.
Generations X, Y, Z as they are known, and the baby boomers often have different needs worth recognizing. Learn about what motivates them, familiarize yourself with their style of work, try to meet their expectations halfway, and you will be better able to harness their skills and create a committed team.
A leader should have a distinctive personality and be credible and consistent in their actions. Develop your managers and teach them to manage their emotions. These are important elements in building effective leadership and a motivated team.