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5 Ways That CEO’s Can Inspire Their Teams

When it comes to planning for the future, CEOs are expected to know it all. Not just finding the right candidate, they are also responsible for inspiring their team to generate new ideas and constantly improve on performance.

Of course, it isn’t always easy. Here are some ways CEOs can inspire their employees to perform to the very best of their ability.
1. Practice Transparency

The last thing anyone would want in their company is to have employees who don’t trust the top management or the company’s values. A lack of transparency and open communication can erode the credibility of the entire organisation. Creating a transparent environment includes openly communicating the vision, culture, values and purpose of the company to all employees. 

2. Create the Environment for Ideas to Flourish

Inspiration and ideas can come from anywhere, at any time. A good leader will always strive to provide the best environment for ideas to grow. Motivation is directly proportional to the mood of an individual. The mood directly affects the energy, concentration and problem-solving abilities. Choosing ergonomic office furniture, the right colours to encourage productivity and creating more break-time spaces can increase the focus and productivity of employees.

3. Recognise and Appreciate Talent

Why should employees be appreciated for doing a great job when they are already paid for it? This should never be an approach if you want your employees to continue delivering great work. Recognition plays a major part in creating a healthy connection with the employees and boosts their confidence and passion towards the work they do. This is why successful businesses have a regular Employee Awards Program. 

4. Give Autonomy to Your Team

Providing autonomy to your team creates a feeling of trust. Autonomy can become the best motivator for many employees, providing them with a sense of purpose to deliver better performances in the future.

5. Encourage Healthy Competition

Competition can act as a great motivator and a driving-force for employees. The main aim is to challenge the top performer in the team to perform better and the average performer to work harder. It also provides a platform for everyone to improve their performance.

For more information on employee engagement, please call Clover HR on 0121 516 0299 or email us at info@cloverhr.co.uk for further advice on how we can help you!

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