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How to Harness the Magical Power of Appreciation

Increasing the capabilities and productivity of your staff is smart business management.  

The most important asset of any business is managers and employees. You, as a manager or business owner, are judged not only by the product you sell, the customer service you give, the restful night's sleep you provide in your motel, or the weekend of fun that your guests enjoyed at your resort.  You are also judged by the friendliness of your staff, their alertness, their attitude, how they look, and the way they do their job. What did your staff do to send a satisfied guest or customer on his way or bring him back? 

Getting people to work for you and with you as a team-and keeping them working is never simple. However, these skills pay handsomely in many fields.

Motivators are people who support and encourage their employees, instead of telling them what to do.  The best managers are individuals who guide, discuss, and encourage others.  With help employees can achieve outstanding results.  A motivator is a colleague and a counselor all rolled into one.

Managing a team of individuals is not easy, and certain characteristics make some managers better than others.  As with most other business skills, you can learn, practice, and improve the traits of good managers.  You can always find room for improvement, and good managers are the first to admit it.

Whether your organization's vision is to become the leading supplier in the world, to increase revenues by 20 percent a year, or simply to get the break room walls painted this year, managers work with their employees to set goals and deadlines.  They then go away and allow their employees to determine how to accomplish the goals.

It's easy for employees - even the best and most experienced - to become discouraged from time to time.  When employees are learning new tasks, when a long-term account is lost, or when business is down, you are there - ready to step in and help the members of your team through the worst of it.

The overall performance of your team is your most important concern.  You know that no one person can carry an entire team to success - winning takes the combined efforts of all the members of a team.


You will learn the most valuable skill of leadership - motivating and inspiring your creative and independent team members. When you show appreciation to others you improve loyalty and trust.  People have a basic need to feel appreciated.  People need to know you care.   If you’re the leader, you can raise morale and create loyalty, job satisfaction, and motivation when you express appreciation to your staff for their efforts.  You can invest in your employees now and "pay" them with sincere appreciation and achieve even better performance.  Or you can "pay" later by seeing your team's performance sink and overall morale decrease.  Sincere appreciation will motivate your team to a higher level and achieve more.

Here are the topics covered:

As a manager and motivator you can't lose with what strategy? 

How do employees and team members view your work?

Do most people expect to succeed or expect to fail? 

As a manager why can't you have expectations of failure? 

If you start praising for successful behavior, what will likely happen? 

What is the common denominator of all neurotic, unhappy people? 

The employee needs an answer to what very important personal question?

Is holding regular meetings a good or bad way of motivating your staff?

Increasing the capabilities and productivity of your staff pays what return? 

Are motivators people who tell employees what to do? 

Why do employees become discouraged and what should you do? 

What is the most unfair way to treat all employees? 

What is the simplest way to find out how to motivate your employees?

Are employees who are trusted and respected more or less motivated?

What is the most important aspect of short term goals?

Can negative reinforcement create bad feelings with employees? 

What are the 4 requirements of a successful incentive program?

Do employees really desire recognition other than money?

How can you get 100 percent cooperation from employees?

What is the most acceptable form of punishment?

What is the most acceptable form of punishment? 

What percent of the population will ever reach their potential?

What percent of the population will never be truly successful? 

What keeps people from getting anywhere in their lives and careers?

To really move ahead, you need what two ingredients? 

What is one of the biggest dangers to achieving your goals? 

How do you sell people on joining your comany? 

What types of goals are more likely to inspire employees? 

What is the one factor that all successful people have in common?

How important is it to monitor the progress of your employees' goals?



"Bob Thank-You very much for your management tips, techniques and concepts! I feel like I'm getting a dynamite refresher course..and boy am I glad. You're reminding me of the things I take for granted. Not only in business but in my personal life. Thank-You again for the wake-up call I really need and APPRECIATE it from the bottom of my heart. All the Best!!"
Patti Rangel

"With this program there is something that just about anyone can take away and use in their life, not just in managing a team. You don’t have to be a manager to apply the principles. It has been nice to read about something new each day. I appreciate the time and effort you take in teaching the tricks of the trade on being a better manager."
Suzanne Davis

"What a great program. I found myself integrating the things we talked about into every day life—not just business. I get a daily boost and focus that really has made a difference. Luckily, I can go through the course again as many times as I want on my own. Thank you very much." 
Ken Agel

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