Exciting news – my first column for 2017 in The Globe & Mail‘s Leadership Lab series just got published this morning!! It’s about money as a motivator, which continues to be a subject of some controversy. And in case you’re wondering about my point of view, it’s unequivocally that it’s not! In Why money is not an employee motivator, I make the case for why, and perhaps more importantly and practically, I tell you what it means to you, a leader, so that you can inspire your people towards excellence in the workplace.
Now, my hope, as always, is that this will give you food for thought and spark a dialogue amongst leaders everywhere, ideally in agreement with my point of view. But even if you don’t agree with me, I’d like to hear what you think and what your experiences are. If you can, please share your perspectives directly on the The Globe‘s site since your opinion will get a much wider audience there. But I’m always open to hearing from you directly as well, so you can drop me an email or send me a tweet (@mergespeaks) with your thoughts too.
Please help get the word out!
And one last thing — do me a HUGE favour – help me get the word out … share the link with your staff and colleagues (easiest directly from The Globe’s site using the share icon at the very top of the article). My objective is always to get conversations started, so the more people who respond to this column means deeper and extended dialogue, which is always a good thing! In advance, please accept my thanks for your help.
I’m looking forward to hearing from you. Here is a direct link to the article in case you need to cut and paste it elsewhere: https://tgam.ca/2k8ulMJ