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  • Writer's pictureClaire Watt


W hen you have a team, no matter its size, one of the trickiest challenges to overcome is keeping everyone happy and motivated. The smallest change could throw your operation off balance, and the effects of this could be devastating for your business.

You see, once you have an unhappy, unmotivated team working for you, it can be very difficult - and expensive - to turn things around. Not only that but even one employee, who isn’t enjoying their role or working for your company, could impact everyone. For you, this means loss of productivity, spending lots of time on conflict resolution, and probably, also, a far higher turnover of staff than is necessary. And we all know the headache that can come with recruitment. So now are in Spring, it’s time for you to start looking at the happiness levels within your business and look to see how you can increase it and develop a strong, motivated, productive team of individuals who are committed to your business and their growth within it.

Depending on your company, this can either sound like a mammoth task, or it might simply mean a few little tweaks. Whatever your position, there’s usually room for improvement. Putting in some work now could mean your business sees a real surge in motivation and inspiration over the weeks and months to come. Sound good? Where do we start?

In the guide available to download below I’ve detailed the 7 key areas that you need to look at when you’re looking to make real positive changes in your team.

Keeping your team happy and motivated
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