This approach relies on giving teams autonomy, something Larson describes as “extremely motivating”. “Typically, what happens is that creates a virtuous cycle, where people want to do a good job.” Randy Clarke suggests that managers need to think harder about the kind of tasks they are handing out. When he trains managers and leaders, he advises they keep employees busy during work hours, but avoid busywork. Instead, they should plan for slow periods, and “look for tasks they can give that will add value".
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