motivation and morale

motivation and morale - Thus, motivation takes into...

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Though motivation and morale are closely related concepts, they are different in following ways: While motivation is an internal-psychological drive of an individual which urges him to behave in a specific manner, morale is more of a group scenario. Higher motivation often leads to higher morale of employees, but high morale does not essentially result in greatly motivated employees as to have a positive attitude towards all factors of work situation may not essentially force the employees to work more efficiently. While motivation is an individual concept, morale is a group concept.
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Unformatted text preview: Thus, motivation takes into consideration the individual differences among the employees, and morale of the employees can be increased by taking those factors into consideration which influence group scenario or total work settings. Motivation acquires primary concern in every organization, while morale is a secondary phenomenon because high motivation essentially leads to higher productivity while high morale may not necessarily lead to higher productivity....
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