Motivational levels in organisations.

Managers recognize that if they could elevate the motivation level of each individual employee, it could equate to a significant increase in overall performance and production.

Yet survey after survey indicates that employees are operating with lower levels of motivation and higher levels of disengagement.

In a sense, even with their best efforts to motivate the staff, managers are getting inconsistent, if not disappointing, results. What if that didn’t have to be that way?