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5 Ways Great Managers Improve Employee Performance
It may appear that all great managers know the secret to improving staff performance. But what these managers know is no secret at all: everything you ever needed to know about enhancing the productivity of your staff is actually contained in a few simple techniques that are guaranteed to increase the efficiency of your practice.
5 Things That Every Great Manager Knows
These five things are not profit margin, gains, losses, tax deductions, or assets - but instead are the human factors of management.
You cannot put a price or value on the factors that drive staff performance. This is because most people remain with an employer because of the quality and satisfaction derived from a rewarding and balanced workplace.
Great managers recognize and respect this "x factor" of the business world and work to improve it with these simple tips.
1.Motivation - Every staff member is unique; therefore the motivation to perform better will be different for each person. Identify the motivator for each staff member and provide opportunities that encourage their interest and performance.
2.Setting Goals - Make sure you have a vision for how you want your practice to operate now and in the future. Communicate your vision to staff so that they are directing their energies toward a common goal. They will feel like they are a part of the practice and this will enhance performance.
3.Praise - Take advantage of big and small opportunities to praise your staff for work well done. Your recognition of their performance means a lot and it is important that you acknowledge their efforts.
4.Feedback - Be lavish with praise but selfish with criticisms - but do offer kind words of constructive feedback that makes your staff feel respected and valued.
5.Management - Be available as a resource to your staff. They should feel comfortable to approach you with questions and concerns and not feel as if they are imposing on your time. They should be able to depend upon you for guidance and as a model of what excellent performance is all about.
A Last Word...
As you can see, there is no one secret to improving the performance level of staff. You can start today with these simple tips that are easy to implement into the everyday workings of your practice. After all, your staff and practice deserve anything that will help them flourish and grow.
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