Raise Your Team's Morale
People Need Guidance and Leadership, Not Sympathy
By Nathan Jamail
In business, as in life, one's perspective determines one's morale or attitude more than any specific situation does. In network marketing, we often attribute low team morale to common challenges, such as recent company changes, cuts in commission, or leaders leaving the company. These issues are real, and so is the impact they have on people. Let's not diminish the emotions tied to these issues that can cause low morale to become lowered. However, to improve morale is to change the team's perspective, rather than looking for a golden answer. An organization can spend all its time focusing on such circumstances and continue to experience negative emotions, or it can choose to change the perspective of its members.
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