The definitive guide to motivating a team and why it matters Share your vision and set clear objectives, communicate with your staff, encourage teamwork, a healthy office environment, provide positive feedback and reward your team, provide opportunities for development, give employees the space they need to thrive. The key is clear and frequent communication, which will boost your team's success. Employees don't like to be left in the dark about any topic. Take a look at how you're currently sending important messages to your team.
Are they by email? Or through office gossip making tea in the kitchen. Are there channels or systems where you could improve? Catching up with employees for 10 minutes a week could root out problems or resolve any confusion. Whether you're the direct manager of an engineering company or the sales director in charge of twenty salespeople, one of the issues that all managers and senior managers face at the start of a new year is to keep your team motivated constantly and consistently.