Reward Achievement; not failure.

The only criteria you can measure your employees by are results. Are they bringing in more money than it is costing you to have them on your staff? The best incentive is to reward achievement—publicly. If you give people rewards for just showing up, they will learn that they don’t have to do anything to get rewarded.

Bailouts don’t make people produce better either. They simply reward failure.

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