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If you want to lift employees’ performance, express faith in their abilities and emphasize how much they can gain by giving a better effort. That’s smarter than justifying insults or threats as “motivation.” Comments such as “You don’t have to act like losers” might make you sound tough, but they won’t instill positive energy.
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