6 Ways To Inspire Your Team To Achieve More

An uninspired team is a sad team. When your people are no longer excited or encouraged to come to work, their work ethic will suffer.

Zig Ziglar used to say, “People often say that motivation doesn’t last. Well, neither does bathing, that’s why we recommend it daily.” The same goes for inspiration.

Inspiration doesn’t last forever. Your team has to be continually inspired to stay inspired. To do this, you must be willing to help your team be and stay inspired.

6 Ways To Inspire Your Team To Achieve More

How do you inspire your team to achieve more? You take action on the following six items.

1. Foster A Learning Culture:

A learning culture creates team members who are excited and encouraged to come to work. They know they’re going to learn something new, grow, and become more valuable.

Quotes And Leadership Lessons From The Russian Five

A Reel Leadership Article

Most of the movies I attend can be classified as action, suspense, thriller, or comedy. Rarely do I share a Reel Leadership article about a documentary. Today, though, is one of those rare moments and I think you’ll enjoy this one.

The Russian Five isn’t about government collusion with Russia or Russian spies. No, The Russian Five is about one of the greatest turnarounds in hockey history. It’s about the Detroit Red Wings and their pursuit of the Stanley Cup.

Profile shots of the Russian Five

Red Wing players Sergei Fedorov, Viacheslav Fetisov, Vladimir Konstantinov, Vyacheslav Kozlov, and Igor Larionov

The last time the Detroit Red Wings had won the Stanley Cup was 1955. For years, the Red Wings became the laughing stock of the NHL. Many people referred to them as the Dead Wings.

Their NHL stock was falling. No one believed they could win another Stanley Cup. Then things changed.