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Engaged employees How to Keep Employee Engagement High on Difficult Projects

Having engaged employees is about more than having happy workers. Research shows that engagement is also one of the most important factors for giving a company a competitive edge. This is why it is so important to identify issues of demotivation and act on them as soon as possible in order to keep employees motivated.

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Larissa Rosochansky
The Motivation Value of a “Done List”

There are hundreds of tips about how to create a to-do list and prioritize the items in it. While those lists help you plan what you’re going to do, they don't help you appreciate what you’ve done. Enter the "done list"—every time you complete something, write it down and get a little jolt of satisfaction.

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Naomi Karten
Management Practices that Demotivate Employees

There’s no surefire way to guarantee a high level of employee morale, and no technique, program, or practice will motivate employees who are not inherently motivated. However, some things are likely to demotivate them, such as making them feel unvalued, unrecognized, and unappreciated.

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Naomi Karten
Developing Self-Organizing Agile Teams

Agile teams are supposed to be self-organizing, but self-organization may not happen on its own. It runs counter to the ways in which people usually work. Steve Berczuk examines the benefits and challenges of self-organizing teams—and some tips on making them work.

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Steve Berczuk