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Employee stagnation is difficult to spot. Unless you know the signs and symptoms of an unmotivated team, you could be completely unaware of the problem. And if you’re concerned that the current performance level of your team is lacking, you may have a situation.Concerns with team motivation are rarely unwarranted. And since you’re acknowledging this hurdle, now is the ideal opportunity to take stock of how your team has been performing.You may have started the year with a fresh mindset about your team. Four months into the year, however, everyone seems to be in a rut. If your optimism is waning at the same rate as the motivation of some of your team members, you might have a case of "employee stagnation" on your hands.You may even have experienced it yourself: an employee is noticeably unmotivated, unenthusiastic, and displays palpable apathy. The root cause can be a number of things. In its purest form though, it’s often aligned with a lack of, or slowing of, growth.The good news is that this stagnation is treatable. It has a set of diagnosable symptoms and is possible to cure, if you catch it in time. Employee stagnation is not only unproductive for business, but it can also be the precursor to some of your top performers leaving.
The new financial year and the review season are two ideal times to work out whether you have a single stagnation case or an epidemic on your hands. Here are three of the telltale signs:
If it seems like you have someone struggling with stagnation, it’s time to take action. And it doesn’t necessarily have to be drastic. Replacing team members isn’t your only option and certainly shouldn’t be your first.Here are a few ways you can motivate employees who are showing signs of stagnation:
While change isn’t always the answer, it’s vital to reflect on where your team currently is and where it is headed.
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