Employee Motivation

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  • Topic: Management, Motivation, Regulatory Focus Theory
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This is a dissertation abstract on Employee Motivation:
Why study motivation? To state it simple you need to know motivation to be a better leader to accomplish your business goals. Employees are like sheep you need to lead them to accomplish the mission. It is much easier to lead a group of individuals when they have a vested interest to accomplish it. You create that interest through motivation. The key to a successful organization in many ways is motivation. It is one of the most difficult tasks that a manager faces because everyone is different. The methods that are used to motivate employees must be tailored to fit each one. Every organization should have motivation plans in placed to show how they value employees. Some of the most effective ways for managers to motivate staff include giving praises, recognition and positive feedback. Motivation is the responsibility of all supervisors. The purpose of this dissertation is to propose a motivation plan that can be used to implement in any organization to build commitment to the companies goals from employees. Tying in the companies goals together with the employees individual goals is what a supervisor strives to accomplish. To work together towards the organizations goals managers must offer employees something of value that will put the charge in their step. Their main objective should involve increasing performance through self-motivation, rather than having to use external motivation such as conditions of service. Motivation should be built into the organization system so supervisors will have the opportunity to communicate and motivate staff on their performances through evaluations or words of praise. “Managers must be able to recognize individual differences, match people to jobs, use goals and ensure that goals are perceived as attainable, individualize rewards, link rewards to performance, and check the system for equity.” (Robbins, 2001) The supervisors show employees how to fulfill their needs...
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