3. Does each member of your team understand what impact any results of their work for the productivity of the team? Every member you should know that whatever their contribution in the work will yield results for the company if executed in accordance with its mission, goals, principles and vision of the company. That each of them is an important part that must exist to support the continuation and development of a company. A company will not be able to stand without employees. Important is the feeling of being one of the effective ways to build morale for members of your team.
4. Remind about the initial commitment. When the spirit of teamwork and performance began to decrease, you must boost their morale back with the reminder that they have a part in decisions on targets, goals and ethos of teamwork culture, so that each team member is committed to continue the things they had decided themselves to the development of company. Because the work without the spirit will not yield the maximum work.
5. Whether your team members feel appreciated? Did you know that by updating their skills through training or seminars funded by the office, is one effective way of showing that you appreciate the employee? The advantage would be obtained either by companies or the employees themselves; their skills is to increase office productivity, and they have the spirit because it was given the opportunity to grow.
6. Challenges, excitement and opportunity. Routines can sometimes be monotonous. The work that had challenged the skill and creativity can be so boring after a long time so that it can weaken morale. Make sure you provide opportunities for members of your team to re-experience the challenges, the spark in the works. There are many ways you can do; job rotation, freeing them to use new work systems are considered more effective, or giving new responsibilities.