Answer: Only unity, when the members don’t even need to communicate verbally between them.
Question: What is the best way to assess workers: by their actions or according to the outcome of their work?
Answer: You can do either. If they are specific workers from whom only an outcome is required, then it should be according to the outcome. But if they are creative people, then perhaps we should assess them according to their general participation, their mutual development, etc.
Question: What kind of gifts should the employees in a company receive in order to increase their motivation?
Answer: The best gift is one that will make their loved ones happy. This way the workers will feel that they are useful, that they are truly worthy people who are respected. They will be proud of it and their relatives will be proud of them.
Question: Do you think people are motivated by parties and trips organized by the firm?
Answer: It depends on the kind of team and what goal the trip is aimed at. It is not an easy matter.
Question: There are organizations that pay their employees once a week. Can this motivate a person?
Answer: I don’t know. I wouldn’t consult the person himself, but rather his family. In this case the family is indeed connected to the firm. Heredity of generations is a very strong factor.
Question: Are methods like watching motivational videos together, speeches, music, and self-hypnosis helpful in increasing motivation? Is it useful?
Answer: Only at first. But it is not enough when it comes to serious work.
Question: Why does a person sometimes have high motivation and then it disappears?
Answer: It is because what was important to him before is no longer important. This means that he needs new motivation, so the importance of the goal needs to be raised.
Question: Is it normal for a person to feel that it is important to be better and more successful than others in some way, and that he cannot do anything about it?
Answer: Of course, can you kill a person’s competitive spirit?
Question: Do you recommend having pep talks in a team, once a week, for example?
Answer: That is a double edged sword because planning such meetings can destroy the motivation if it is not particularly strong, but questionable. We need to think carefully whether it is worthwhile to bring it up for discussion.
From KabTV’s “Management Skills” 8/28/20