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In the companies, teamwork is very important, because only a team together can get important work done on time. And it is very obvious that a single person can’t do all the work, he or she can take the responsibility of the work about which he/she knows well, and other work will be done by other members respectively. A team not only combine members, instead, but it also combines the energy, knowledge, and skills of a motivated group of people, and then only you and your team can achieve your targets.

Motivation is also very important for teamwork, and it is noticed that most of the team leaders make some mistakes and in the result, their team fall apart. If you want to make your team to work hard, together and to use every corner of their minds, then you need to learn these 5 powerful ways to keep members motivated.

1. Pay your people what they are worth

Great people need great pay, so when you set your employees’ salaries, be sure that their pay is consistent with what other companies in your industry are paying. Remember that 26% of engaged employees say that they would leave their current job just because of the increment of 5% in their pay.

2. Provide them with a pleasant workplace

Remember good work can only be done in the atmosphere where your employees feel comfortable. An office environment that is clean, stimulate and friendly make them feel good.

3. Offer the opportunity to grow ahead

It is beneficial for the company and as well as your employees if you offer them some training or anything through which they can learn about new technologies or skills that will be helpful for their career and field. This also attracts good talent towards a company and this builds a good reputation in the market.

4. Foster collaboration within the team

According to the survey, 39% of employees think that their input is not appreciated. Encourage your team and team member individually, invite them to show their input and suggestions on how to do things. This initially benefits you and your company because you will have more ideas and more solutions.

5. Don’t punish failure

We are human and we all make mistake, even being the leader you also sometimes make mistakes, so if your team or any member has made a mistake don’t punish them, instead encourage them to try again, or to correct that mistake.

-Simran Bhatnagar

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