6 ways to turn your employees into top performers

04/14/2011 | SmartBrief/SmartBlog on Leadership

You shouldn't assume your employees are lazy just because they don't seem motivated, writes David Maxfield. Sometimes they just aren't in the right team or workspace, can't envision their future or need small rewards to keep them going. Ensure that your employees perform at their peak by investing in their professional development, encouraging them to find mentors or adding incentives for reaching short-term goals, Maxfield writes.

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