Group Motivation Inventory

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Group Motivation Inventory 1 Group Motivation Inventory July 31, 2009 Group Motivation Inventory
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Group Motivation Inventory 2 Introduction This paper will discuss group motivation and the results of a group motivation exercise. Being able to stay motivated is important; however, it can be hard for anyone to stay motivated. At any given time, someone may experience doubt or depression, which can keep someone from being motivated. Motivation can be looked at as an encouraging way to help people perform his or her work in a better more productive manner. However, when a group of people is not motivated, this problem cannot be simply resolved. This paper will also discuss some of the motivation that is experienced in Spirit Manufacturing, the efforts the organization makes to improve performance, and employee productivity increases. What You Learned About Yourself The one thing that was learned by the author in completing the group motivation inventory is that the author and the work group of the author are highly motivated. The work group that the author is a part of is able to proceed in their work, and can expect to see positive results from the work they do as a group. In this work group at Spirit Manufacturing, the members that the author works with all seem to work very hard, which is one important factor for a group to be able to work together and finish any task they are given. This work group also is willing to devote extra time to any work projects that the group is given, and are willing to work long hours to finish the task. The author does agree with the results of the group motivation exercise because the work group is able to complete all task in a productive timely manner. For the employees of any organization to be successfully motivated, the management team will have to support the employees that work under them. In order for the employees to become more productive and effective, the management team will need to aid their employees. If an employee is made to feel inadequate or has failed in a certain area in the past, the employee
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Group Motivation Inventory 3 can become frustrated with their work. If motivations, which are negative, are allowed to fester,
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This note was uploaded on 04/19/2010 for the course N/A PSY 430 taught by Professor N/a during the Spring '08 term at University of Phoenix.

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