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JLC ??JANUARY 1992 manage a framing company that employs over 50 carpenters year round. To keep the business growing, I focus most of my attention on my employees. I believe that keeping them motivated is the most important part of my job. I spend more time working on motivating the crews than any other aspect of the business. Each week I spend hours training crew leaders, implementing new benefits, and thinking up new ways to keep my framers happy. After all, they're the ones out there making the business work. Everything — the quality of work, the rate of production, our reputation and profits — all hinges on them. Tools For Building Motivation I use several "tools" for building motivation among my employees. Bonuses for