I work with lots of leaders who wish their team members would show a little more motivation and commitment.
And recently I’ve also seen a lot of articles about “quiet quitting”, where people are effectively doing the bare minimum at work, or simply tuning out.
In this episode, I take a look at some of the factors to check to see if you can build commitment in your team.
You can’t *make* your people commit, but you can do your best to create an environment where people are more likely to feel committed.
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- Article: Want a Committed Team? Check These Factors.
- Article: 3 Ingredients For a Great Team Culture.
- Podcast: Thoughtful Leader Podcast #29: 5 Questions to Ask an Unmotivated Team Member.
- Article: Don’t Have a Clear Team Purpose? Here’s Why You Need One.
- Article: The Importance of Planning and Why Leaders Can’t Ignore It.
- Article: Motivation at Work: Moving Your People Along the Motivation Spectrum.
- Podcast: Thoughtful Leader Podcast #84: How to Give Your Team More Meaningful Work.
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