TMG has a very common problem. Its employees are experiencing a serious breakdown in motivation. Team members feel they work harder than anyone else, but are faced with scathing performance reviews. Students analyze how motivation collapsed and what TMG’s leadership can do to improve.
Friction and Frustration at TMG, Inc.: Leading and Motivating Teams
by: Scott DeRue
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After reading and discussing the material, students should:
- Explain what causes team members' motivation to suffer.
- Identify what leaders can do to motivate teams.