You can spend months defining your team’s core values, articulating your Mission and Vision, and fashioning a flexible, up-to-the-minute strategy — but your whole tower will crumble if your team members don’t feel motivated enough to execute rapidly and consistently. If their collective attitude boils down to “Who cares?” then you’ve lost the game before you’ve even begun. Well, you can blame your team if you like. You can even punish them for being unmotivated - a dangerous form of self-sabotage that will most likely force you farther toward failure. Or you can decide to shoulder the responsibility and work to engage your team and rev their motivational engines.
Know here about the potential ways of motivating your employees: