We all have a core driving force, or a motivation, that launches us into action and fuels our whole world. But the impact of driving forces, what motivates us, isn’t always visible. As team members and leaders, considering the impact of these driving forces will make a huge difference in the success of our team and the engagement of our people (ourselves included!).
“People just don’t want to work.” I’m hearing this idea more and more despite the fact that it simply isn’t true. People do want to work when the work motivates them. That leads to the next assumption statement. “Isn’t everybody motivated by ______________” (fill in the blank)? We make assumptions that what motivates us is […]
Is your team as successful as they could be? The DISC assessment is not only a fantastic personal development tool, but it’s an essential resource for getting the most and the best from your team. Here are three ways DISC can be used to understand and improve your team. Conflict Resolution When working with teams […]
When you consider the criteria for a new hire, how much weight do you give to how they are going to behave? While you likely use behavioral interviewing questions, they are subjective – both for the person answering the question and the person asking the question. Because we all have biases, it is important to […]