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Have you ever wanted to become a keynote speaker?

I’ve wanted this dream to come true from as far back as working on the holiday resorts in the UK (think Butlins – or even Google it) when I saw a powerful lady speaker dominate a room of corporate executives and train them to become more motivated and successful.

The company was American Express, the venue was Warners (St Clare) on the Isle of Wight.

I was hooked.

From my many trips worldwide, I can happily add India motivational speaker to my list of titles.

I’m proud to say that a recent trip helped this along the way where I helped an outdoor advertising company find their voice in a busy cutthroat market.

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Working with HSBC's corporate sales team

Motivating your team can be a very difficult task. This problem is always heightened when you are already a highly driven, conscientious and self-empowered individual.

The bottom line is whether you are a UK resident London motivational speaker, Middle East motivational speaker or the Dubai Tony Robbins, you will hardly ever meet anyone who wants corporate teambuilding or workshops to work as much as you do.

Why should they?

When you are an employee, you work for a wage. That’s a trade off for your time and your company owner’s cash.

I know that being based in the UAE (United Arab Emirates) means that the category of inspirational speaker is something that stands out from the crowd because most people don’t understand the value of a business keynote speaker – until they get to see the results.

Want me to talk with your team?

I have just made a series of 60 second tips to give you some ideas about motivating and inspiring your team. Take a look…

If you aren’t already experienced in the subject, here’s a crash course in team building…

7 Tips to Motivate Your Employees
1) Look after your Big Hitters
The rainmakers are usually the top sales people or those who produce 80% of the profit whilst only numbering 20-25% of the entire workforce. They live for their work, but will leave if they feel are unappreciated or if the company (you) seem to value the lower achievers over them.
Look after them first and let the others step up.

2) Lose The Toxic Staff

The hidden problem in every company in every country is their ‘actively disengaged employees’. These guys represent an average of 19% of your workforce but have already left in terms of commitment and productivity. They are not the trouble-makers who are constantly asking questions. They don’t ask anymore because they don’t care. You need to find them and relocate them fast.

3) Listen To Your People
Everyone has an opinion, everyone will have a differing point of view. You may not get 100% agreement, but as along as you have a 95% ‘buy in’ to your new ideas and plans, you will do very well. How do you achieve that? Let them think it’s their plan. Get them actively involved in the decision making process AT SOME POINT. They can’t complain about you, if they demanded it. You might also be surprised how many gems come from teh team who actually do the work.

4) Reduce Their Stress

Stress causes illness, injuries and sick days. It also causes law suits, staff turnover and reduced productivity. Save yourself some stress by asking what they want and getting it for them. Little things are sometimes all it takes for big returns on investment.

5) Get An Expert In

Even if you are crowned top Egypt motivational speaker, you may be too close to your team already for your words and suggestions to make an effective impact. Pay the money and get a teambuilding workshop or corporate gala dinner arranged. Do your homework, get the cheque book out and then sit back and watch the cash roll back in.

6) Respect Their Time
I know they work for you,but ONLY from 9-6pm (or whatever your working hours). You may be expected to put in extra time, but they don’t have to. Make sure that they kno you appreciate everything they do and they will happily stay late and arrive early. This isn’t a question of overtime payment, but making each moments a growing and learning experience.

7) Work On Their Strengths NOT Weaknesses

We are bad at things because we don’t like them. Period. When we are good at things we should be doing more of them to become excellent too. When we work on the things we are no good at we become frustrated and average. Each member of your team has a speciality, marry them and partner them with those who compliment their skills and abilities.

This is just the beginning.

Get into self improvement and start sharing those ideas.

Or just give me a shout.

I’m keen to help you become the best that you can be.

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There is an amazing event where you can see myself and another 7 motivational speakers onstage in Dubai and Abu Dhabi for only 100 AED (abut 30 USD).

Make a note of Friday 24th and Saturday 25th September in your diary.

Even better book your seat now…

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