Performance and motivation – they’re made to be together, like Laurel and Hardy. No motivation = poor performance, high motivation = you’re winning. Contrary to popular belief, you’re in control of your motivation.
Why we do what we do
Ever wonder why we do what we do? Why something at work really excites and motivates you while others aren’t excited in the same way? Or why someone chooses to […]
Get to grips with motivation
Motivation and performance. They’re happy – or unhappy – bedfellows. If you’re motivated, you’ll be performing well and delivering the goods. If you’re not motivated, chances are that you’re not […]
Take charge of your motivation
You’re in charge of your motivation. The context, people and situation will affect your motivation, but there’s much you can do to make sure you’re as motivated as you can […]
Zero hours contracts – a dark place for motivation
All the talk of zero hours contracts during the election campaign focused on the two predictable sides of the debate. Businesses need them so they can remain flexible and competitive in uncertain times (though it’s unclear when business will think times are certain and that even if they did, whether they’d then stop using them).