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It's not easy to make your team see the purpose behind their work, and it's even harder to make them care about it. But it's not impossible. Here are some tips that can help:
As a leader, it's your job to ensure that everyone on your team understands the purpose behind their work.
The first step is to set clear expectations for what you want them to accomplish. You can explain this in a one-on-one meeting, over email, or even at a company-wide meeting. It doesn't matter how you do it as long as people understand their role in the larger scheme of things.
The next step is to provide them with all the tools they need to succeed at their job—and, more importantly, how they can use those tools most effectively. This might include giving them access to training videos or other resources to help them achieve their goals faster.
Finally, ensure you're providing regular feedback on how well they're doing! If someone isn't achieving what you need them too fast enough, try coming up with some alternative solutions together—maybe some extra training would help?
If you've ever had trouble getting your team to see the purpose behind their work, you know how frustrating it can be. As a manager, it's your job to help them see how their daily tasks contribute to the larger mission at hand—but how do you do that?
The answer is simple: You need to get them to understand what a productive team looks like and how they can contribute to its success.
Imagine you're on a team, and your boss says, "You need to do this."
If you only focus on the task at hand and don't see any purpose in it, how motivated are you going to be? You might just do it because your boss asked you to—but then again, maybe not.
What if your boss said, "I want you to do this because it helps us achieve our goal of getting more people into our gym." Now that has purpose. It has meaning. And that means it's going to motivate you more than anything else your boss could say.
The same goes for the work we do: when we can articulate the purpose behind our work (and the work of others), we become more motivated, more engaged, and ultimately better at what we do.
gardenpatch can help you get your team to see the purpose behind their work. Click the link to schedule a call with us today!