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Lack Of Appreciation

Lack Of Appreciation

People grow uninspired and apathetic when hard work or extraordinary results go unrecognized. A simple thank you will ameliorate that.

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MORE IDEAS FROM 8 Deadly Ways to Kill Employee Motivation

Bad Leadership

Bad leaders harm individuals, teams and the organization. To improve your workplace, develop your own leadership, then hire and grow the best leaders at every level. 

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Toxic People

Toxic people spread negativity and suffocate the positive. Left unchecked, they can destroy and exhaust.

Step away from them or make sure policies and supervision are in place to minimize their damage.

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Lack Of Vision

A clearly communicated vision sets the direction and lets people know where to focus. Without it, even the best employees are less effective, because it's hard to excel if you don't understand the big picture.

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Vertical Management

Workers who feel unheard or are forced to follow without question tend to not do more than a grudging minimum. The more collaboration, the more investment and the more motivation.

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Wasted Time

Unnecessary meetings and emails leave workers frustrated. Show people you value them by showing them you value their time.

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Lack Of Professional Development

Most want to grow and learn, else they feel the workplace is static and dull. Professional development for employees lets them grow in their careers and know that the organization and you are invested in their success.

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Inadequate Communication

Poor communication leads to frequent second-guessing, ignored tasks, duplicated jobs, lack of information, and destructive rumors. A clear flow of communication benefits everyone.

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The best way of avoiding workplace contagion by toxic workers is to minimize contact.

People are four times more likely to communicate regularly with individuals who are seated two meters away versus 20 meters away. So move your desk away from workplace jerks, as you'll be less likely to be the target of their actions and behaviors.

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Making everything about you

Everyone goes through tough times or phases. Perhaps you're going through a bad breakup or have insecurities about yourself and your talents.

When you're involved in a group discussion with your co-workers, try to listen more than talking. Recognize the desire to steer the conversation back to you. Instead, ask someone else a question that will add value to the discussion.

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Set Clear Expectations

A lack of clarity can lead to issues in hybrid teams; if employees don’t know who is responsible for what or what’s expected of them, both individually and as a team, it can cause conflict.

So, if you want to better manage conflict on your team, make sure you’re setting crystal clear expectations from the get-go—particularly if your team is still adjusting to working in a hybrid environment.

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