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Reward and Recognition Reinforce Paternalism or Partnerships
  By: Jim Clemmer
The big differences with reward and recognition approaches have to do with how they're used. Making them shallow and crass will threaten to swing attention away from the meaningful issues of principles and purpose and move to self-interest and selfishness.

The Effective Employee Incentive Program
  By: G.A. (Andy) Marken
Downsized organizations, tough economic times, demands to reduce costs and improve quality and a myriad of other reasons can stimulate the need for an employee incentive program. Done properly, the investment can be minimal but it can produce very positive results.

The Motivation Myth
  By: Jim Clemmer
Effective mobilizing and energizing goes well beyond "doing" programs to the "being" or culture of a team, organization, or any group including a family. That culture is a set of shared attitudes and accumulated habits around "the way we do things here."

The Secret of Recession Proof Sales Team Motivation
  By: R.L. Fielding

Tougher times get flabby minds back in shape... make thinkers out of people who haven’t been or haven't had to be.


The Secret to Motivating Yourself and Others
  By: Dr. Susan C. Rempel
The secret to motivating others is building a solid foundation in your own life.

Tips to Make Work More Fun
  By: Gregory P. Smith
Here are a few new tips you can adapt to help you create a more productive and motivating work environment.

Weak Leaders Try to Use Money as a Motivator
  By: Jim Clemmer
Pay gets people to show up for work but money is rarely an effective rallying point for high performance. Concentrate on building a culture of success and forward momentum with lots of recognition and appreciation for everyone's contributions.

Why Do People Say "Yes?"
   The "6 Weapons of Influence"
  By: Patricia Fripp, CSP, CPAE
The Six Weapons of Influence are incredibly powerful and can be combined in many ways. Use them whenever you approach people you want to influence.


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