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Nine tips for motivating your employees to do more with less

With leaner work forces, slower sales and tighter budgets, managers and executives need to motivate their employees to do more with less, according to Suzanne Bates, president and CEO of Bates Communications. Monetary incentives such as raises and bonuses are in short supply. Managers and executives must find non-monetary ways to keep their teams motivated, and to inspire them to achieve goals and objectives with fewer people and less funding. "This makes it even more important for leaders to be out in front of employees as much as possible, continually communicating and making personal connections with them," said Bates.

According to Bates, managers and executives can lead their teams to do more with less by doing the following:

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