Culture in organizations matters.
There are only three resources in almost any business: people, time, and money.
One of my partners at The Rawls Group likes to point out the difference between an average performing business and a world-class business most often comes down to the quality of your people and how they are motivated to spend their time.
Motivators fall into two categories of rewards we’re all familiar with: intrinsic and extrinsic.
Think about the intrinsic and extrinsic rewards in your business. For instance, are they sufficient? Are they effective? Simple actions like these can be highly motivating, cost nothing, and create a culture supportive of high performance!
Click the following link to read Dan Iosue’s post on the Multi Unit Franchising’s website titled: Creating Highly Satisfied And Motivated Employees
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Owner Motivation and Perspective
An owner’s perspective and attitude towards the business, employees and the community shapes the culture of the organization, attitudes of employees and customers.
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