If you’re looking to motivate, engage and empower your team this year, then you need to take a multi-faceted approach. Here are some top suggestions to follow.

Involve your team

Workers feel empowered when they know that their opinions are valued, so foster an environment where the contribution of ideas is openly encouraged and acted upon, at every level of the workforce. Staff feel less empowered in situations where managers are stuck in their ways and not receptive to change.

Provide feedback

It’s easy to get caught up with the day-to-day aspects of a business without taking the time to acknowledge the merits of team members. However, studies show that staff feel empowered when they are recognised for their efforts, no matter how big or small the achievement. Get into the habit of providing constructive feedback and encouragement to team members.

Develop skills

Team members who feel stuck in a rut or aren’t able to generate ideas or grow within a company may soon get bored and look elsewhere for a job. This year, make it your mission to identify skills gaps in your team and give employees opportunities to develop them. This not only keeps your team motivated, but it can make them feel more confident and empowered. Make sure to offer support to your team if they need any advice or guidance when developing their new skills.

Autonomy and authority

How to empower your team for the year ahead
There’s nothing like delegating a task to someone to complete themselves to boost their feelings of trust and empowerment. However, make sure that team members have the necessary skills and resources to carry out the designated task, as their confidence could be knocked considerably if they fail to succeed.

Positive environment

Working in an environment fuelled by negativity is bad for business and staff morale, so get to know what grumbles and gripes are doing the rounds and find ways to solve them. Encourage good relations at work by organising a team-building day or corporate event. This is a great way to unite workers, generate new ideas and increase employee empowerment.
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