Strategies to Motivate and Manage Employees

Introduction:- Motivation is one kind of behaviour of man which related with economics, psychology to qualified morality, initiation, direction, intensity and persistence with desire object, hobbies, goal and ideal activities. At present environment, success of any commercial organization depends on employees using their full talents & motivation. There are available theories and practices, managers often…

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Importance of HRM for the Function of Organisations

The functioning of modern organizations is highly dependent on the effectiveness of human resource management, which affects consistently the organizational development. In actuality, human resources comprise important assets of any organization. In such a situation, many organizations are concerned with the improvement of the performance of human resources through motivating employees and developing effective approaches…

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Personal Plan Proposal | Leadership

Personal development plan for a leadership would be to recognize areas for further development and encourage lifelong learning. It acts as a process of empowerment, self-assessment mentoring, continued renewal, role modeling, positive attributes, networking, and improvement on weaknesses. The proposed plan process describes how leader should lead by having the above mentioned skills to lead…

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Motivation rewards

“You have to get rewarded in the soul and the wallet. The money isn’t enough, but a plaque isn’t enough either” (Hymowitz, Murray, 1999, 4). Motivation-the willingness to exert oneself, consequent of the afore-implied intrinsic and extrinsic incentives, is fundamental to the prosperity of individuals, groups, organizations and society; for absent of this, there exists…

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A great start

Introduction A great start, a great motivation and great plans were some of the feeling I had when our Project Management lecture started. Project Management has also been one of the key areas I am interested in, because its field of application is both theoretical and practical. The program and the timeframe as well as…

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Why is it important for managers to know about motivation theories?

Introduction The key function of managers is ‘getting things done’ through employees. The following assignment looks at the role of motivation and why it is essential for managers to be aware of the various motivational theories and how the motivational theories could be implemented in a professional context to achieve organisation’s goals and objectives. Motivation…

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Motivation

Why are there multiple theories of motivation in organisational behaviour? Firstly I believe that we need to understand what motivation is before we can understand why there are lots of motivational theories. ‘Motivation’ comes from the Latin word movere, meaning ‘to move’ (kreitner R., kinicki A., Buelens M., 2002, p: 176) which means as fact,…

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According to alderman

According to Alderman (1999), motivation can be influenced by self-perception (Zimmerman, 2000). Self-perception can destroy one’s motivation to accomplish a given task based on the belief that the ability to do the task is lacking; or the motivation is suppressed because of the belief that the task lacks challenging components (Alderman, 1999; Bandura, 1997; Calder…

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What motivates employees

Gaining the knowledge of what motivates employees and how they were motivated was the focus of many researchers following the publication of the Hawthorne Study results (Terpstra, 1979). The literature review on this research intends to discover the current theories and issues in relations to work motivation throughout the literature sources. It is important to…

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