Enjoying a Managerial Improved Productivity Using Good Reward Systems


Are your people empowered and productive? If not, it's time to break down the hurdles that divide their productivity.

In the next few weeks, I’d be sharing with you five of my favourite tips to enjoy a managerial improved productivity.

Here’s the number one of my information: Using Good Reward Systems.


1. Reward good employee performance

Employees improve in productivity when good performance is rewarded either intrinsically or extrinsically.

2. Increase motivation

Employees will show interest and raise their participation in everyday job tasks, responsibilities when they are motivated.

3. Make employees happy

Incentives for employees prompt them to be more productive because they create a feeling of pride and achievement. And being successful makes one happy.

4. Boost employees’ self-esteem

Every success story that’s publicly acknowledged helps employees become more self-confident. They are proud and are also encouraged to achieve another successful result.

5. Reward completed project

Putting rewards systems in place for completed projects provide the motivation for employees to meet project deadlines or targets.

6. Improve results

Rewarding employees accomplished result encourages and endorses further job effort. They lead to superior outcomes for the business.

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