Mastery, Motivation, MomentumThe 3 Ms that unlock the formula to increase your entire team’s performance. Create a Mastery path that is visible, measurable and communicated. Support Motivation through intrinsic and extrinsic rewards. Drive Momentum by keeping the formula visible.
People love to be good at their jobs and feel like they are getting better. But how do you achieve Mastery? Mastery is not a destination, it is continually redefined as performance improves. Based upon a foundation of practice.
MotivationMotivation is simply a fancy word for wanting something. The key to understanding how to motivate your team lies in providing motivational triggers for your employees. Appealing to both intrinsic and extrinsic motivators will elevate your team’s performance.
When you’ve created Momentum that has resulted from a motivated team, everything will continue to roll forward. It becomes a cycle of Mastery, Motivation and Momentum back to the next incremental cycle of Mastery, Motivation…
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