The second method a manager can adopt to combine motivation and discipline is to set goals.
Every person sets different types of life goals, including mental, work, personal, financial, spiritual, physical, and family goals. Identify goals you can help individual members of the team attain. For example, a mental goal may be that an employee wishes to learn more about a subject. Help them reach that goal by getting the company to pay for further education classes. A financial goal may be easier, as a raise is a straightforward way of reaching that goal.
Set company goals that your team works toward. Offer something that helps them achieve personal goals if the company goal is reached. Providing a “this for that” goal structure ends in success for everyone involved. By motivating as a group, you foster a stronger sense of teamwork in the office.