Motivation Theory

Leadership development and management by motivation

Shaun White 2010 Olympics – Victory Run

Can you believe this guy. Shaun White already knows he’s won the gold in the 2010 Olympic Games, but decides to go big in his victory lap and throw his famous Double McTwist. While already securing the Gold Medal, it’s obvious champions like Shaun White don’t just sit back and relax when he could, but […]

The Importance of a Positive Work Environment

A positive outlook on life is so crucial to success I thought I’d touch on a few ideas that may or may not influence the way you look at your own life.  To start, I’d like to say that having a positive mindset in my opinion has the power to convert into a positive reality.  […]

Motivation Theory – Focus on Skills, not on Numbers

What the title means… Imagine you are new to a basketball team and you have never played basketball. Your coach tells you that the game involves shooting the basketball into the hoop. The coach shows you where the hoop is, tells you to practice, then leaves. Now let’s imagine 3 days later you are in […]

Motivation Theory – Problem Team to Performing Team in 14 Days or Less

Enjoy this short 22 minute video where I show you how to turn a non-performing and problem team into a top producing team in 14 days or less. Team Leadership Empowering Employees from Robert Ratliff on Vimeo.

Motivation Theory – Communication

Communication is the key to preventing problems in the work place. Not only can the lack of communication cause unwanted outcomes for specific situations, but lack of communication causes employees to feel as though they are not really part of a team. Communication in the workplace is usually thought of telling people what they need […]

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