Motivational Methods Paper

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Motivational Methods Paper
June 11, 2012
Susan Greenwood

Motivational Methods Paper
In this paper I have decided to tell you about three motivational techniques that I will implement into my staff. The three techniques that I will be going over are: targets, rewards, and incentives; make the work place fun; and using the P.E.R.F.O.R.M model to help increase potential. I will go into detail about what each technique entails and explain how each change will affect my organization. By the end of this paper you should have three more motivational techniques that you could consider for your organization as well. The first technique that we will be talking about is targets, rewards, and incentives. To do this you first have to know your team. In order to set out rewards and incentives you have to first understand what motivates your team and gets them set in working towards their goals that you have set out. The CV Centre. (1998-2012) states that “Motivating a team is always easier if you fully understand that they may not necessarily be motivated by the same things as you.  The most effective teams are those that feel valued and supported but also feel that they are progressing and developing through the completion of challenging tasks.  If a team understands company objectives, they are much more likely to want to work harder towards their achievement.  Also, most people tend to respond well to being given the opportunity to make decisions and take on additional responsibilities. Whatever motivational techniques work the best, it is always important to ensure that your team feels it is making a valuable and positive contribution.” This is why we need to make sure that we set goals for our team with incentives that work for each individual and not just a group of people. By working incentives individually we will get the best product output or patient care. According to The CV Centre “It is generally accepted that having targets to work towards, as...
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