1 Motivation Strategies Peter Benavente HCS/370 (BSCS101SZ9) June 25, 2018 Dr. Mosunmola, Adeyemi
2 Motivation Strategies: Determine strategies that can be used to develop effective groups and teams. “A team consists of a group of individuals that are put together to achieve a common objective. Putting together an effective group must consist of ways that allows the group members to work more professional and with high expectations. Team efficiency advances towards ways that shares management roles and by also sharing responsibilities for their work products, shifting the importance from individuals to people within the group members; groups also develop certain purpose for the team and products that the team members put together” ( “Strategies for Developing an effective Team,” 1998). Creating group skills is very important on every daily part of our lives; being in a group creates a larger efficiency that cannot be done individually. The way to establish a very effective group is through several approaches that includes putting together of the team, having team meetings, creating ideas as a group, supporting group
3 responsibilities, encouraging time objectives. Decide together as a group of ideas, explain the outcome of the ideas within the group and ensure that all individual members be recognize, provide the reason and what actions will be addressed in order to accomplish them. Meetings that are put together are with all team members during visits from officials; they collaborate on administrative ideas and also inspire the group to communicate their worries. Every individual within the group has an important part; these individuals will be less likely become irritated and will be more willing to participate; encourage group responsibilities, influence the group
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- Organizational studies and human resource management, Peter Benavente