Week 5 CheckPoint- Motivating Employees

Week 5 CheckPoint- Motivating Employees - Motivating...

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Motivating Employees Mark Spencer Axia College BEH225
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As a manager, motivation can be one of the most difficult tasks you will perform. It falls to the manager to find the key that unlocks the employee's ability. Keeping employees motivated is crucial to any organization, therefore finding the key to unlock abilities in each employee becomes the responsibility of every manager. It is the goal of every organization to run at maximum productivity levels, this could never be accomplished without the proper motivation. Very often, motivation is less expensive and much more efficient than multiple training seminars. When a manager takes the time to show each employee appreciation, it can become a very positive motivational element. Before a manager can provide this type of feedback, they must know and understand the needs of each individual employee. Every employee is motivated by different elements. While some employees are motivated by extrinsic stimuli such as money, others are motivated by intrinsic stimuli such as recognition or a heartfelt 'Thank you'. It appears that the majority of employees will strive to give their best effort as long as
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This note was uploaded on 12/13/2011 for the course PYSCHOLOGY BEH 225 taught by Professor Sharp during the Spring '11 term at University of Phoenix.

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