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Improving Sales and Hitting Targets: How to Plan a Really Productive Sales Kick-Off Meeting

January is an exciting time for your company. It’s the start of a New Year, and after the festive celebrations are over, you’re likely to have a sales force that are feeling motivated and ready to get out there and generate those all-important sales!
Making the Most of the Enthusiasm with a Sales Kick-Off Meeting
Many companies hold a sales kick-off meeting in the New Year, and it’s a good idea to start giving some thought to booking your venue, to ensure you get the perfect location to best motivate and inspire […]

Simple Ways for Leaders to Fix Low Employee Morale – Part 2

Discontentment amongst employees is bound to happen every so often in the workplace. However, if you start to notice that your office begins to feel as though it is lacking in drive or energy, and loses its vibrancy, then you might find that your company is suffering with low staff morale on a rather more serious level. Here are a few steps you can take to improve the mood of your staff. 

5) Make promises…  and keep them

Honesty is imperative in a relationship, and this is no less true in working relationships than it is […]

Simple Ways for Leaders to Fix Low Employee Morale – Part 1

Create a Happy, Committed Workforce!

Low staff morale can have a crippling effect on your business. If morale is low, then employees could lose their zest for the role, dissatisfaction and alienation may become commonplace and levels of absenteeism may rise. The usual harmony of the workplace could potentially be shattered by conflict and hostility, with less productive collaboration and team spirit. If the issue isn’t addressed, the problem can develop, adversely affecting all aspects of the company.
Fortunately, there is a solution. In the short term, activities such as team-building, social gatherings and staff events […]

5 Signs of Low Employee Morale

Low staff morale can create significant problems for businesses.

Discontentment in the workplace can contribute to high levels of absence and lack of engagement, which inevitably result in decreased work output and poor performance. The consequences can be far-reaching, causing even the most loyal customers to look elsewhere and as a result, it’s important to know what signs to look out for. Some signs of low employee morale may be obvious, others might be less so. Here are a few key indicators to be aware of.
Higher Levels of Absence
A classic sign of […]

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