google.com, pub-5163334352799848, DIRECT, f08c47fec0942fa0 google.com, pub-5163334352799848, DIRECT, f08c47fec0942fa0
top of page

How To Keep Your Team Motivated In 2024

Business specialists at TelephoneSystems.Cloud have named five ways to keep teams stimulated and working hard throughout 2024.

Encouraging development amongst teams by offering incentives such as promotions and pay rises will remind employees of their value.

Managers should also allow for open and honest discussions to encourage others to speak about any changes or feedback they may have.

Another way to keep employees motivated is to implement new technologies and offer support in the form of training and industry tools to keep creativity flowing.

Juliet Moran, founder of TelephoneSystems.Cloud said: “After the festive break there might be a bit of a hurdle to face when it comes to getting your team motivated. It’s important to implement several strategies in the workplace to encourage motivation from the first day back and continue throughout the year."

“Offer active support and set annual objectives for teams to optimise workload once they’re back."


"Managers should also encourage honest feedback from their employees and actively implement any changes to acknowledge experiences from the past year that can be adapted."

“By investing in the latest industry technologies, employees will have the space and ability to embrace creativity whilst working to boost productivity."

“And by offering incentives such as promotions and pay rises to reward and recognise good work and valued employees, your team will feel appreciated and motivated to continue contributing the best they can."

“Here at Telephonesystems.cloud, our staff get a bonus of 50% of the profits every year, showing our commitment to our team and how hard they work.”

Here’s how to motivate your employees in the New Year:

  1. Invite honest feedback: Sit down with your team and invite an open and honest discussion about any changes that could be made in the new year, based on experiences from last year. Create a welcoming and casual environment to encourage employees to speak freely about any feedback and new changes they would like to suggest. Take on board these observations and consider implementing them into the workplace.

  2. Encourage development: Remind your employees of their value and how their efforts throughout the past year have helped to shape the company. Actively rewarding hard work with promotions and pay rises will help keep your teams motivated throughout the year and encourage them to continue contributing to the bigger picture.

  3. Offer active support and resources: After the festive break, it’s important not to set expectations too high for the first few days back. Offer up active support and productive resources such as additional training and industry tools to help others get up to speed.

  4. Set annual objectives: Set clear objectives for the upcoming year so employees can optimise their workload throughout each quarter and understand priorities. Setting these expectations and goals will help your team settle back into work in a productive manner whilst staying focused.

  5. Implement new technologies: Consider introducing some of the latest technologies into the office to foster an efficient workspace and encourage employees to feel engaged. Bringing in innovation can boost team creativity and motivate them to excel.


Comments


bottom of page