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How To Motivate Your Employees So They Care For Your Business And Help You Grow It

Gain time, money and energy by improving your employees' motivation.

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”Great things in business are never done by one person; they’re done by a team of people” – Steve Jobs
Taking care of your team is the same thing as taking care of your business.

For Whom Is This Program

 It’s for you, if you want to increase your employees’ retention rate, enhance their engagement and performances, create a more harmonious and productive work environment, and foster better relationships with and between them. This program will help you achieve all of these and more. 

This program is designed to equip entrepreneurs like you with the knowledge, tools and strategies to effectively motivate your team and achieve your business goals faster and easier.  

It’s focused on implementing motivational strategies that meet your employees’ individual motivational drivers and needs. 

General motivational strategies (such as annually salaries increases, health benefits, work conditions etc.) are great and helpful, but are they enough to keep your team engaged and committed? 

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Imagine the impact of aligning your leadership with the professional needs and expectations of your team members. How might this alignment shape their attitudes and behaviors towards their work?

Do you want to know which work aspects to pay attention to and how to create those circumstances that bring out the best in your employees? Keep reading below.

What You Get In This Program

3 Modules, Worksheets, 1:1 Coaching Sessions


How your employees’ motivation impact your business and what work aspects contribute to employee motivation.

What you'll learn?

Why it’s important to motivate your employees

How you can find out if your employees are motivated

You’ll see the impact of employee motivation on your business

You’ll know which aspects of work to pay attention to in order to understand the extent to which your employees are motivated

What's in it?


1. The Importance Of Motivating Your Employees
2. How To Find Out If Your Employees Are Motivated



How to analyse in your company the work aspects that contribute to employee motivation and how to gather the relevant information for/from your employees. How to create an action plan for each employee to improve motivation.

What you'll learn?

How to analyse 7 factors that impact employee motivation in your company

How to create an action plan for each employee to improve their motivation. Since each person is unique, it’s important to identify their personal motivational drivers and take personalized actions for each of them

What's in it?


 1. Job Characteristics
2. Benefits
3. Leadership Styles
4. Work Relationships
5. Professional  Development Opportunities Within The Company
6. Company’s Values vs. Employee’s Values
7. Company’s Goals vs. Employee’s Goals
8. Discuss With The Employees And Create Individual Action Plans



Finalize the action plans, implement them and evaluate their results.

What you'll learn?

How to ensure that all action plans fit together seamlessly

How to prepare yourself and your employees for the implementation of the action plans

How to determine the success of the action plans

How to maintain and continuously improve employee motivation

What's in it?


1. Adjust The Individual Action Plans To Fit Together, And Create A General Action Plan
2. Apply The Individual And The General Action Plans That You Have Created
3. Evaluate The Program’s Results And Update The Action Plans Annually


1:1 Coaching Sessions With Daniela

The program includes private (1:1) coaching sessions. These were added for you to have the opportunity to ask your questions about the program and to receive the support you need to implement it in your company.

About Daniela

Hey there! I’m passionate about the human resources domain, and I’ve over 17 years of experience in this field. I’m really excited to share my learnings and knowledge with all of you.

I’ve created this program because I wished someone had asked me those questions that are in it when I was an employee, and know what I want professionally. Some of my expectations were known and met, and others remained unspoken. Some of my skills were known and used, while others went unnoticed. I’ve been in situations where I felt frustrated because I couldn’t do more or change things I didn’t like, and there were times when I just lowered my expectations and settled for ”This is fine too”. I had to fix myself in defined roles and cultures that rarely changed, and I know that I’m not the only one who has experienced this. In fact, I’ve interviewed hundreds of people and heard their stories too. I believe that now, more than ever, jobs need to be adjusted to fit the capabilities and potential of the employees, instead of the other way around. Internal practices should be flexible and open to change, so that  people have the chance to feel fulfilled in their jobs, develop themselves and become true assets to the companies they work for.

I’ve had the opportunity to work in different cultures and environments, and I’ve seen the impact that these can have on people. I’ve felt and behaved differently depending on the values, internal practices, and understanding of the employee’s role and importance in different companies. These factors can make a real difference in the growth of your company and the lives of your employees. That’s why I’ve created this program – to help you transform your team members’ experiences within your own company.

On the flip side, having worked with employers as well, I understand the struggles they face with their team members. Finding the right people can be tough, and integrating them into the team, training them, and helping them navigate internal practices and rules requires time and patience. Having those difficult conversations to address performance issues or letting employees go is never easy, but what really matters is how often these situations occur. 

I’ve often thought that if only employers asked their employees the right questions, many of their frustrations, dissatisfactions, and issues could be avoided. Understanding employees’ expectations and acting on them could lead to more transparent and honest relationships, completely changing employees’ journeys and increasing their engagement levels.

So, I built this program especially for entrepreneurs who lead their teams, to share my knowledge and help them ask the right questions and use the data they gather to benefit their business and their employees at the same time. 

As a person with an educational background in sociology, I’m always excited to use my knowledge to create tools for the human resources field. I’ve spent my entire professional journey in this field, learning and practicing, and now I decided to share my ”know-how” in a format that can be easily used by others.

Let’s work together to create a win-win workplace for everyone!

Let's See Again What You Get In This Program


Where you learn about employee motivation and how to find out your own employees’ motivational drivers. Also, you’ll learn how to create individual motivational plans for your employees and level up your general motivational strategies.



That helps you implement what you’ve learned in the recorded sessions 



For you to receive the support you need to implement the program in your company.

If none of the available time slots in the calendar are convenient for you, please write to me at daniela.tancau@improvework.ro and we’ll find a time suitable for you. 

After you understand your team members' perspectives on their jobs and implement personalized actions to enhance their motivation, what outcomes will you obtain?

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Higher performance and business results

By improving employee motivation, you’ll drive higher levels of performance and business success. It’ll save you from the costs and challenges of addressing poor performance.

Employees who feel motivated are engaged in their work and committed to achieving the company’s goals. This can translate into better outcomes for your business, whether that means increased sales, improved customer satisfaction, or more efficient operations. 

Research shows that employee engagement drives company growth. According to Gallup studies, companies with engaged workforces are up to 21% more profitable than those with lower engagement numbers.

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Employees with positive attitudes towards their jobs and towards the company

A motivated workforce is a happy workforce. When employees feel good about their jobs and the organization they work for, they are more likely to be productive, engaged, and committed to achieving their goals.

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Productive and enjoyable work environment

By improving employee motivation, you can create a supportive and enjoyable work environment that inspires your team to do their best work.

The enthusiasm and engagement of motivated employees can be contagious, inspiring other employees to take pride in their work and contribute to the success of the company. 

According to Gallup studies, only 33% of employees globally said they are thriving in their overall wellbeing at work: ”“Living for the weekend,” “watching the clock tick,” “work is just a paycheck.” These are the mantras of most global workers. With only 21% of employees engaged at work and 33% of employees thriving in their overall wellbeing, most would say that they don’t find their work meaningful, don’t think their lives are going well or don’t feel hopeful about their future.”

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Improved employees interactions with business collaborators and clients & Better company brand

Employees who feel motivated are more likely to have positive interactions with business collaborators and clients. When employees are engaged in their work, they are more likely to go above and beyond to ensure that clients and business partners are satisfied. This can help to enhance your company’s brand reputation and lead to more business opportunities in the future.

By improving employee motivation, you can create a team of brand ambassadors who are committed to delivering exceptional service and value to your clients.

According to Gallup studies:

  • The organization with engaged employees realize 10% higher customer metrics than those with low engagement
  • The engaged employees are 23% most likely than disengaged employees to strongly agree that they would recommend their organization as a great place to work
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Improved collaboration between employees

Employees who feel motivated are more likely to be open to new ideas, receptive to feedback, and committed to working together towards common goals. This helps to improve communication, increases efficiency, and creates a more cohesive and productive team. 

According to Gallup studies, engaged employees reported that they have friendly and caring colleagues. None of the disengaged employees’ top responses involved warm or positive connections with others.

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Increased employee retention

Employee retention is a critical factor in the success of any organization. By improving employee motivation, you increase employee retention and create a more stable and committed workforce. This leads to increased productivity and a workplace that employees are proud to be a part of and that they want to stay with for years to come.

According to Achievers studies, engaged employees are 87% less likely to leave their organizations

Direct Turnover Costs

Indirect Turnover Costs

Costs for hiring new employees, such as: paying someone to do the recruiting and selection processes, or spending time to do it yourself

Lower productivity from the employees whose work is affected by the lack of staff or/and during the onboarding process of the new members.

Costs for advertising the open positions

The company reputation is affected if the turnover rate is high, which will make it difficult to attract talented candidates.

Costs to onboard the new employees such as: having people to do the hiring documentations and to implement different steps of the onboarding process, lower productivity from them in this period, and maybe costs to train them.

Costs in terms of knowledge, if those who are leaving are highly skilled with the products / services / internal processes of the company or if they don’t pass on key information. 

Exist costs spent with the employees who are leaving, such as: exit documentations, exit procedures like exit interviews, time spent to pass on the tasks’ status to those who take over the tasks.

Not only the new employees have to adapt to the new team they are working in, but the current employees have to adapt with the new members too. In this period, conflicts may be more frequent.

These costs can vary, depending on:

  • The resources you invest in the recruiting and the selection process
  • How expensive are the collaborators you work with 
  • How hard is to find replacements for those who leave
  • The impact that their departure has on those who remain and, also, on the business
  • How well the exit processes are handled

You can UNDO these costs. YOU DON’T HAVE TO PAY THEM. This online program helps you to do that.


Are these benefits important? How will these transform your business, yourself, and the people in your company?

How would it be like to have people who perform at their true capacity, giving 100% of what they have, and not 80%, 50% or less? What would this mean for your business and you in terms of financial results, growth, efficiency, time, and invested energy to get things done …..?

What does not having all of these things in your company cost you now, your business, and your employees?

If none of the available time slots in the calendar are convenient for you, please write to me at daniela.tancau@improvework.ro and we’ll find a time suitable for you. 

How would it be if you filled up the gap between where you are and where you want to be?

It’s not a question that every employer wants to have motivated employees, and it’s not a question that every employee wants to have a motivating job. However, as always, to get where we want, we must put in the work to fill the gap. 

Feedback brings progress. Can we agree on this? Although it may not always be comfortable, if asked, given, and received appropriately, it brings clarity and comfort to those who speak and are heard. It takes you closer to their realities and perceptions. You’ll be able to make more thoughtful decisions if you know how they perceive different aspects of their jobs.

Feedback brings value to our relationships with customers when we want to improve a product, and it can bring value to your relationships with your employees too. It’s true that a customer doesn’t ask for feedback on how you perceive them, but will you keep them if they bring you more pain than benefits?

How you see your relationships with your employees determines how you interact with them. If you see them as mere executants or providers, you’ll behave in a certain way, and you’ll have certain results. However, if you see them as people with whom you build your business, as partners, you’ll behave in a totally different way, and you’ll have different results.

You probably already have some tools in place, like a performance evaluation process or periodical meetings, to give feedback to your employees. But, do you have a tool to ask for their feedback?

This program gives you a structured interview guide to have discussions with your employees and find out critical information about how they perceive different aspects of their jobs. Based on that, you’ll be able to create and implement personalized motivational strategies that fill the gaps between where they are now and where they want to be, and where you want them to be as well.

Why customized motivational strategies? We all know that if we want to treat one person’s illness, it’s no use giving them another person’s treatment. It’s the same thing here. Every person has their own motivational drivers that may or may not be the same as those of others.

Do you wonder why you should be the one who implement this program in your company?

Here are a couple of reasons

You create an opportunity for yourself to connect with your employees at a deeper level and find out what they want professionally.

You get to hear them directly and see their attitudes, emotions, and states. You can see how much something matters to a particular person.

A person may be asked the same question by two people and give different answers, depending on the person who is asking. Furthermore, two different people may hear different things when they listen to something because they have different mind filters. Some pieces of the message can be lost because they are not considered important by both of them.

You are the most appropriate person to create connections between what the employees want and what you can offer them because you know what your available resources are, what your business plans are, and the direction in which you want to go.

Your employees will feel respected because you have taken the time to carefully listen to them. It’s possible that a few of them, who don’t want things to change, may feel threatened by such a discussion. You can assure them that it’s safe for them to be open and that you’ll use the information to add value to their experiences in your company.

You’ll be a better leader. The main characteristic of a great leader is his or her power to influence others, but you can’t influence others if you don’t know and understand them.

You may say: ''But Daniela, I have great relationships with my employees, and we know each other well.''

I completely understand! Building strong relationships with employees can be challenging and requires time and effort. You’re doing an excellent job. But, do you want to take it to the next level?

Consider this: Is what you’re doing currently enough to fully engage your employees, achieve outstanding results, and retain them in the long term? Having a positive relationship with their leader is just one piece of the puzzle. Through this program, we will explore seven different aspects that impact employee motivation. Each aspect has varying degrees of importance to individual employees, and their needs and preferences may differ.

YOU CAN start transforming your business results, your leadership experience and your employees’ experiences in your company TODAY. WHEN you join the program you get the steps that you need, but it’s up to you if you’ll put in the work and make it happen. 

If none of the available time slots in the calendar are convenient for you, please write to me at daniela.tancau@improvework.ro and we’ll find a time suitable for you.