Debbie Catt, managing director of Cattconsulting.com, said that people aiming to stay motivated should firstly think about what it is that they are doing, the value of it, and the impact of it.
She advised: "Try and see the bigger picture, try and see what you do fits into the overall plan, project or product. Look at the end result rather than just looking at the activity as an isolated task."
The expert added that people need to be proactive, instead of reactive, so rather than waiting for somebody to go and tell them something, they should go and ask.
By doing this, people become in control, and subsequently empowered, because they are not waiting for somebody to tell them something.
Scott Watson, managing director of Summit Consulting and Training, said that it is currently more important than ever that the nation's managers are as effective as possible in their approach to managing staff in order to maintain staff confidence and motivation.
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Source: The Sales Director News