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Motivating Employees 1 Motivating Employees By: Stephany Boles-University of Phoenix-Axia College BEH225-Doctor Byron Loyd March 3, 2010
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Motivating Employees 2 A manager’s job can be quite of a complication at times. There are many factors of a managerial job that rely solely on the manager. One aspect of a manager’s job that can be a challenge is the motivating of the employees. There are two types of motivation that a manager could use in trying to motivate employees-intrinsic and extrinsic. Intrinsic motivation is motivation that one has because they enjoy the task at which they are taking part in. Managers can motivate employees through intrinsic motivation if the managers have a relationship established with their employees to the point that the employees enjoy their job. If an employee enjoys what he or she does, he or she will be more willing to complete the task efficiently and timely. It is the responsibility of the manager to ensure that the employees’ job is as pleasing as possible. If a manager knows that the employee working for the
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