Creating & Producing Breakthrough Results
Struggling to enable employees to perform at their best, despite workers feeling motivated to go above and beyond the call of duty, the idea of motivating employees to perform beyond their best needs work. In motivating and inspiring your employees to create and produce breakthrough results, you need to create a culture of a High Performance Organization.
Employees + Inspiration + Motivation = Performance of Breakthrough Results
How many of your employees hate change, even a little change? Most people hate change because it disrupts your daily routine. What if you changed for the better doing what you already do and added responsibilities you really want in your job?
The idea of motivating and inspiring employees to be empowered and use more of your hidden strengths, skills and talent to create and produce extraordinary breakthrough results while having the emotional connection of greater job satisfaction.
In motivating and inspiring employees, your leaders must be able to allow employees to create and produce great breakthrough results. Leaders sometimes elevate themselves in order to empower their employees to be challenged to the vision and goals they set higher for each month to reach the main goal by the end of each year.
Empower Your Employees
“Start with good people, lay out the rules, communicate with your employees, motivate them and reward them. If you do all those things effectively, you can’t miss.”
- Lee Iacocca
By empowering your employees, give them a few more responsibilities and decision making authority for the things they are working on. By motivating and inspiring employees to go from ordinary to being extraordinary performers, leaders will be able to create and produce an organization of high-performance while employees will be able to expand on their strengths, skills and talent to think more critically of what they do. Focus on developing strategic perspective in driving the results they need to achieve and go beyond them.
Igniting each employee in having a “Can-Do” attitude and believe they can perform higher levels of challenged work, this helps them to shift gears and use their strengths, skills and talent as well as use their critical thinking skills to focus more on the work they do.
Leaders require employees to be comfortable with being uncomfortable as they take calculated risks to create and produce extraordinary breakthrough results.
“Tell me and I’ll forget; show me and I may remember; involve me and I’ll understand.”
Elevate Your Mindset
Elevating your mind means thinking big, thinking about how things fit together- viewing things from above it all, where one is able to fully comprehend the significance to the whole.
Establish Stretch Goals
Inspiring and motivating employees in gradually having them use their strengths, skills and talent in challenging projects leading to create and produce breakthrough results.
Listen more, speak less.
“Most leaders say too little, wait too long, and hold back when they should have stepped in”
-John Zenger & Kathleen Stinnett
Show your employees that you value input and collaboration. Cultivate the habit of asking open-ended questions. Leaders can align their actions based on what you hear from employees who do the week.
Shift Your Mindset
Inspiring workplaces are places where people feel motivated to perform at their best potential and to contribute their ideas for the betterment of the organization.
Be focused on executing your best and create the best results you are capable of. With a “Can-Do” attitude, as well as training and development from leaders, employees are recognized for thinking critically in order to solve problems and challenges.
“Anyone who says they work just for the money has given up the hope that anything more is possible.”
– Peter Block
Leaders, who inspire and motivate their employees, communicate daily with their employees. By inspiring others to think and act in ways that drive results, great leaders inspire their teams to believe they can succeed.
Never underestimate the power of acknowledgement and how it leads to breakthrough performance.