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mftrou.com Newsletter #29– You Go Girl! Motivation Tips - Mar 13 2007
March 13, 2007
Hi,

March - Management for the Rest of Us

I have the pleasure of knowing a successful young entrepreneur…. who runs a chocolate factory. And after weeks of miserable Scottish winter weather, she needed a boost. And her team needed a boost too. So it got me thinking about motivational activities and how you can get your people perky again.

This coincided with the publishing of the UK Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development 2006 study of employee attitudes and engagement.

Almost half (43%) are dissatisfied with their relationship with their line manager, while one third (30%) say they rarely or never get feedback on their performance.

Now I know my newsletter readers are more enlightened than that, but it never harms to brush up skills and maybe get some new ideas. So here are 7 Team Work and Motivation Tips and 7 Motivational Activities You Can Do Today.

Have more fun at work today! And if you're tempted, the marmite chocolate is worth the risk!

Warm Regards
Lyndsay's Signature
Lyndsay Swinton
www.mftrou.com

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1. 7 Team Work and Motivation Tips
We all know team work and motivation are closely linked - then why are so many managers failing their people? The UK Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development found almost half of UK employees are dissatisfied with their relationship with their line manager. Here are 7 team work and motivation tips to get your people genuinely raring to go at work…

2. 7 Motivational Activities You Can Do Today
Work isn't work when you love everything you do. These 7 motivational activities can bring the love back. Today.…

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