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  • Hey, it’s Marie Forleo and you are watching MarieTV, the place to be if you want to create

    嘿,我是Marie Forleo,您正在收看的是MarieTV,如果您想創建

  • a business and life you love, and I think you do.

    你熱愛的事業和生活,我想你也是。

  • Now, if you ever wonder how to attract and retain the best team you possibly can, especially

    現在,如果你曾經想知道如何吸引和留住最好的團隊,尤其是

  • if big salaries or huge bonuses are just not an option, this question is for you.

    如果高薪或鉅額獎金不是你的選擇,這個問題適合你。

  • Today’s comes from Elizabeth who writes:

    今天的來自伊麗莎白,她寫道。

  • Hey, Marie.

    "嘿,瑪麗。

  • I love your show and your heart for service.”

    我喜歡你的節目,喜歡你的服務之心。"

  • Thank you.

    謝謝你了

  • “I’m the founder of a nonprofit and were in a huge growth spell right now, so were

    "我是一家非營利組織的創始人,我們現在正處於一個巨大的增長期,所以我們是

  • starting to hire, and I want to bring the right people on board.

    開始招聘,我想讓合適的人加入進來。

  • I want to invest in my team, but this seems hard with a nonprofit because donors want

    我想對我的團隊進行投資,但對於非營利組織來說,這似乎很難,因為捐贈者想要的是

  • their resources to go towards programs, not payroll.

    他們的資源用於項目,而不是工資。

  • I know taking care of your team is how you thrive as an organization.

    我知道照顧好你的團隊是你作為一個組織的發展之道。

  • Can you suggest incentives outside of profit sharing that help you grow and retain talent?

    能否提出利潤分享之外的激勵措施,幫助你成長和留住人才?

  • Thank you so much for your advice, Elizabeth.”

    非常感謝你的建議,伊麗莎白。"

  • Elizabeth, I love this question.

    伊麗莎白,我喜歡這個問題。

  • As you know, getting and keeping the right people on boardit is crucial to your

    如你所知,獲得並保持合適的人員加入--這對你來說是至關重要的。

  • success, especially in today’s world of low employee engagement and high turnover.

    成功,尤其是在當今員工參與度低、流失率高的情況下。

  • But even more than that, getting the right people on the bus makes going to work fun

    但更重要的是,讓合適的人坐上公車,讓上班變得更有樂趣

  • and something you can actually look forward to.

    和你可以真正期待的東西。

  • Now, I have no doubt that our amazing audience is going to help crowdsource a ton of brilliance

    現在,我毫不懷疑,我們驚人的聽眾會幫助眾籌一噸的輝煌。

  • in the comments below, but first I want to share five ideas that have really worked well

    在下面的評論中,但首先我想分享的五個想法,真的很好用

  • in our business.

    在我們的業務中。

  • But before I do that, I want to say something to you.

    但在這之前,我想對你說些什麼。

  • You actually have a huge advantage going for you, because recent studies of employees here

    其實你有一個巨大的優勢,因為最近對這裡的員工進行了研究。

  • in the US show that making a positive impact is the most important measure of employee

    美國的研究表明,產生積極影響是衡量員工的最重要標準。

  • success followed by, in this order: doing work you love, good work/life balance, and,

    成功之後,依次是:做自己喜歡的工作,工作/生活平衡良好,以及。

  • of course, the pay.

    當然,工資。

  • So as a nonprofit you have got your purpose game down, girl.

    所以,作為一個非營利組織,你有你的目的遊戲下來,女孩。

  • Booyah!

    Booyah!

  • But here are five more incentives that I want you to consider.

    但這裡還有五個激勵措施,我希望你能考慮。

  • Number one is flexibility.

    第一是靈活性。

  • This, my friend, is what so many humans crave more of.

    我的朋友,這正是許多人類所渴望的。

  • We crave more control over our own schedule because, let’s face it, right?

    我們渴望對自己的日程安排有更多的控制,因為,讓我們面對它,對嗎?

  • In life, things happen.

    在生活中,事情發生。

  • Both special events that you just don't want to miss, and people get sick.

    這兩個特殊的事件,你就是不想錯過,人也會生病。

  • Plus, putting the emphasis on results rather than who is at their desk at what hours gives

    另外,把重點放在結果上,而不是誰在什麼時間坐在辦公桌上,這就給了我們一個機會。

  • people more control over their day and makes them feel trusted, which is hugely important.

    人們對自己的一天有更多的控制權,並讓他們感到信任,這是非常重要的。

  • Now, of course there are positions where you do need to be at your desk at certain hours,

    現在,當然也有一些職位,你確實需要在特定的時間內坐在辦公桌前。

  • but in those cases you might want to consider having people cross-trained or consider having

    但在這些情況下,你可能要考慮讓人接受交叉培訓,或者考慮讓人接受

  • a few part-timers instead of one full-timer.

    幾名兼職人員而不是一名全職人員;

  • Number two is time off.

    第二條是休息時間。

  • Because I’ve got to say, what’s one thing we all want more of?

    因為我要說的是,我們都想得到更多的東西是什麼?

  • More time!

    更多的時間!

  • Amen.

    阿門。

  • Yes, we do.

    是的,我們有。

  • So, Elizabeth, how can you be generous about giving people time off?

    那麼,伊麗莎白,你怎麼能大方地給別人放假呢?

  • I’ll tell you what we do in our company.

    我告訴你我們公司是做什麼的。

  • We give people six weeks of paid vacation, plus paid holidays, plus something called

    我們給人們六週的帶薪休假,加上帶薪假期,再加上所謂的...

  • inspiration days.

    靈感日。

  • Now you might be asking, what are inspiration days?

    現在你可能會問,什麼是靈感日?

  • Inspiration days are paid time off that you can take to do something fun and inspiring

    靈感日是一種帶薪休假,您可以利用它來做一些有趣和鼓舞人心的事情。

  • like go to a museum or head to the beach, or learn beekeeping ... in Spanish.

    如去博物館或前往海灘,或學習養蜂......在西班牙。

  • Don't anger the bees, or they will kill you.

    不要激怒蜜蜂,否則它們會殺了你。

  • Ow!

    嗷!

  • Number three is the best tech.

    三號是最好的技術。

  • So youve got to hook your people up and make sure they have the most up to date software

    所以,你必須讓你的人上鉤,確保他們有最新的軟件。

  • and laptops and phones.

    以及筆記本電腦和手機。

  • Now, of course you do not have to upgrade every time something new comes out – that

    現在,當然你不必每次有新的東西出來都要升級--那是你自己的事。

  • would be a little nuts.

    會是一個小堅果。

  • But the best tech not only helps people be more productive, but it also builds company

    但最好的技術不僅能幫助人們提高工作效率,還能建立公司的

  • pride and morale.

    自豪感和士氣。

  • Because, you know this, nothing is more demoralizing than trying to get something done and being

    因為,你知道,沒有什麼比試圖完成某件事情,卻被...

  • stymied by the pinwheel of death.

    被死亡的風車所阻擋。

  • Hey, guyguys?

    嘿,夥計們?

  • Can you hear me right now?

    你現在能聽到我說話嗎?

  • Hello? Something’s not right.

    喂?有些事情不對。

  • I can’t feel my legs.

    我的腿沒感覺了

  • So, yes.

    所以,是的。

  • This one does cost money.

    這個確實要花錢。

  • But as a nonprofit, there’s a really good chance you can negotiate a discount or a donation.

    但作為一個非營利組織,你真的有很大的機會可以商量出一個折扣或捐款。

  • Number four, you want to challenge them to grow.

    第四,你要挑戰他們的成長。

  • So you need to expect a lot from your people and really challenge them to gain new skills,

    是以,你需要對你的員工有很多期待,並真正挑戰他們獲得新的技能。

  • because if they don't see a growth path ahead theyre not going to stay.

    因為如果他們看不到未來的發展道路,他們就不會留下來。

  • You know what I do sometimes is I assign missions to people that they need to go figure out,

    你知道我有時會做什麼嗎? 我給人們分配任務,讓他們去解決。

  • and 99% of the time it’s around a project that none of us have experience in, weve

    而且99%的時間都是圍繞著一個我們都沒有經驗的項目,我們已經。

  • never done anything like it before.

    從來沒有做過這樣的事情,以前。

  • And, frankly, I expect results.

    而且,坦率地說,我期待結果。

  • And, you know what?

    而且,你知道嗎?

  • They always make it happen.

    他們總是能做到這一點。

  • And other times something will come up and I’ll say, “Hey, who’s stepping up to

    而其他時候,一些東西會來了,我會說,"嘿,誰的步履,以達到

  • take this on?”

    承擔這個責任?"

  • And always someone rises to the challenge.

    而總有人奮起直追。

  • And doing that transforms them in a way that’s exciting both for them and for everyone else.

    而這樣做可以改變他們,讓他們和其他人都感到興奮。

  • And you want to know why?

    你想知道為什麼嗎?

  • It is because of this tweetable.

    正是因為這條微博可。

  • No one rises to low expectations.

    "沒有人升到低期望值。

  • A-players want to step up, not level out.”

    A級選手要上臺階,而不是上水準。"

  • And, finally, number five is appreciation and acknowledgement.

    最後,第五條是讚賞和肯定。

  • Now, I have to say, this is one of the most important things you can do to attract and

    現在,我不得不說,這是最重要的事情之一 你可以做的吸引和。

  • retain talent, and it’s one of the most underrated.

    留住人才,這是最被低估的一個。

  • You have got to make it a part of your company culture to celebrate and appreciate and publicly

    你必須讓它成為你的公司文化的一部分,以慶祝和欣賞,並公開

  • acknowledge people for their hard work.

    感謝人們的辛勤工作。

  • Now, for example, when someone in our company hits a milestone or they just kick some major

    例如,當我們公司的某個人達到了一個里程碑,或者他們只是踢了一些主要的。

  • butt on a project or when a team gets something monumental done, we pour on the specific and

    在一個項目上的屁股,或者當一個團隊完成了一些不朽的東西,我們傾注在具體的和。

  • sincere recognition for each person.

    對每個人的真誠認可。

  • I mean, we clap, sometimes we make monkey sounds, we will throw the confetti in the

    我的意思是,我們拍手,有時 我們發出猴子的聲音, 我們會扔紙屑在。

  • air.

    氣。

  • We go to town celebrating.

    我們去城裡慶祝。

  • And, you know what?

    而且,你知道嗎?

  • When something is real good?

    當東西是真正的好東西?

  • Yup, gets a little reggae airhorn.

    是啊,得到一個小小的雷鬼氣喇叭。

  • Now, this year things were so good that to show my appreciation for my team I took everyone

    現在,今年的情況很好,為了表達我對我的團隊的感謝,我帶著大家

  • on a company vacation to Mexico.

    在公司去墨西哥度假的時候。

  • Yes.

    是的,我知道

  • Now, obviously I’ve been in business for many years now and this is not the kind of

    現在,很明顯,我已經做了很多年的生意了,這不是那種。

  • thing that I could have done early on.

    的事情,我本可以早早做。

  • So if that’s a little too nachos in the sky for you, start simple.

    所以,如果這對你來說太過天馬行空,就從簡單的開始吧。

  • Do something maybe like a company brunch.

    做一些事情,也許像一個公司的早午餐。

  • Anything really where the only agenda is connection and having fun.

    任何事情,真的是唯一的議程是連接和樂趣。

  • So there you have it, Elizabeth.

    所以,你有它,伊麗莎白。

  • Five creative ideas to help you both attract and retain top talent.

    五個創造性的想法,幫助你既吸引又留住頂尖人才。

  • And before we wrap, make sure that you watch these other episodes on this topic too.

    在我們收工之前,也請你一定要看這個主題的其他劇集。

  • So the first one up is my secret weapon for leading a happy team.

    所以第一個上場的是我帶領快樂團隊的祕密武器。

  • And, yes, it involves handcuffs.

    而且,是的,它涉及到手銬。

  • Second, the one with my good buddy Simon Sinek on how to inspire others to do remarkable

    第二,與我的好兄弟Simon Sinek合作的關於如何激勵他人做非凡的事情的那篇。

  • things.

    的事情。

  • I’m going to put links to both of those right below this video.

    我要把這兩個鏈接放在這個視頻下面。

  • And that was my A to your Q, Elizabeth.

    這是我對你問題的回答,伊麗莎白。

  • I really do hope it helps.

    我真的希望能幫助你。

  • And now I would love to hear from you.

    現在我很想聽聽你的意見。

  • So outside of big salaries or bonuses or profit sharing, what are some other ideas for meaningful,

    那麼在大額工資或獎金或利潤分配之外,還有哪些有意義的想法。

  • creative incentives to offer your team?

    為您的團隊提供創造性的激勵措施?

  • Now, as always, the best conversations happen over at the badass land of MarieForleo.com,

    現在,和往常一樣,最好的對話發生在MarieForleo.com的壞蛋之地。

  • so go there and leave a comment now.

    所以現在就去那裡留言吧。

  • And once youre there, be sure to subscribe to our email list and become an MF Insider.

    一旦你在那裡,一定要訂閱我們的電子郵件列表,併成為MF Insider。

  • Youll get instant access to an audio training I created called How To Get Anything You Want.

    你將立即獲得我創建的音頻培訓,名為 "如何獲得你想要的任何東西"。

  • Youll also get some exclusive content and special giveaways, and some personal updates

    你還會得到一些獨家內容和特別的贈品,以及一些個人的最新資訊。

  • from me that I don't talk about anywhere else.

    從我,我不'談論其他地方。

  • Stay on your game and keep going for your dreams, because the world needs that special

    繼續你的遊戲,繼續為你的夢想而努力,因為世界需要那個特別的人

  • gift that only you have.

    只有你才有的禮物。

  • Thank you so much for watching and I’ll catch you next time on MarieTV.

    非常感謝你的觀看,下次在瑪麗電視臺再見。

  • B-School is coming up.

    B校要來了。

  • Want in?

    想加入嗎?

  • For more info and free training, go to JoinBSchool.com.

    如需瞭解更多資訊和免費培訓,請訪問 JoinBSchool.com。

  • I look real cool.

    我看起來真的很酷。

  • Can we turn it up so our neighbors really hate us?

    我們能不能開大點,讓我們的鄰居真的討厭我們?

  • Is this cool?

    這很酷嗎?

  • Is this cool?

    這很酷嗎?

  • Is this cool?

    這很酷嗎?

  • No more.

    沒有了

  • No mas.

    沒有mas。

  • Bye, everyone.

    再見,大家。

Hey, it’s Marie Forleo and you are watching MarieTV, the place to be if you want to create

嘿,我是Marie Forleo,您正在收看的是MarieTV,如果您想創建

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