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Applaud Employee Effort, But Reward Real Contribution by David Russo

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Applaud Employee Effort, But Reward Real Contribution

David Russo

Nearly every person who comes to work for you wants to contribute in some way; they want to do something worthwhile, something worthy of their talents. But we all know that A-tier, B-tier, and C-tier performers are often playing on the same court. So, it’s crucial that you establish a reward system that is commensurate with the contributions made and expected from team members. The ways that rewards, tangible and intangible, are aligned with the significance and magnitude of results plays a major role in making behavior modeling and behavior modification work for your engaged workplace architecture. You see, if you think of Maslow and his hierarchy of human needs, people are looking ...

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