So … you’re in the same game but the team is not working well?
A well performing team can deliver up to 10 times than the same poorly performing, demotivated team (yes really, I’ve seen this first hand) .
Turn that into cost – and you can do that easily – then you’ll get why we spend a lot of time on this subject.
It’s easy to demotivate hard working performers – try telling Federer (for example) that his forehand isn’t fast enough … you get the idea (if you stay around long enough)!
It’s also easy to motivate hard working performers too … spot the difference …