Motivating Employees

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Running head: MOTIVATING EMPLOYEES 1 Motivating Employees Dolores G. Quintanilla BEH225 June 24, 2011 University of Phoenix
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MOTIVATING EMPLOYEES 2 Motivating Employees Many managers make the mistake of thinking that all employees are motivated the same way. I tried motivating my employees as a group and not individually, I called it the universal method, not realizing that they were independent individuals who had independent needs. Three years into the job, I noticed that the employees, who had the same tenure as I, were not as eager as in the beginning. It took two weeks until I realized what I had to do to make their job the place they wanted to be at and not had to be. Although I continued holding weekly safety group meetings, I also began holding meetings three times a day until I had met with all 20 employees individually. I asked them questions on what motivates them, keep notes as we spoke and filed the notes into their personnel files for reference. Duplicated were some answers; however, I had some good ones
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This note was uploaded on 03/27/2012 for the course BEH 225 taught by Professor Mrking during the Summer '09 term at University of Phoenix.

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