Moving Up the Ladder - Motivating Your Employees

by Vivian Giang and Tim Muma  Friday, October 19, 2012

Vivian Giang is a reporter for all things career-related at Business Insider. Previously she freelanced for Dan Rather Reports and worked in public relations in Colorado. Vivian has an M.A. in Business and Economics. Business Insider is a fast-growing business site with deep financial, media, tech, and other industry verticals. There are no subscription fees or production...
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Tim Muma is a Radio Program Coordinator at (LJN). He is the host and producer for a variety of shows on LJNRadio where he engages with industry experts and individuals throughout the country to deliver current and relevant employment-related topics for his audience of job seekers, employed individuals, managers, and employers. He is also a co-host of job seeker webinars at LJ...
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Motivation can lead to greatness or complacency, depending on how much of it exists in an individual. Many times, employees don't even realize they're production is slipping or the reasons why they feel so blaze'. Tim Muma talks with Vivian Giang of Business Insider to examine some of the signs - big and small - that indicate an employee is lacking motivation. More importantly, perhaps, we delve into ways employers can motivate their workers consistently and effectively.

Moving Up the Ladder gives employees and employers fresh perspectives on the concept of career advancement. There are countless ways to progress in one's career, but it's important to know the why and how of it all. Let us give you the ideas, tools and expert analysis to reach the pinnacle of success.

Duration: 25 Minutes

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