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2.Employee recognitionThis program was implemented to encourage and providethe necessary motivation to do a better job when it comes to caring for others. The organization also senteach employee a debitcard with $5.00 as an incentive for recognition of the work they do every day.The theory behind this is to recognize an employeewho goes above and the expectations set by the organizations standards and policies. Thus making the job each employee does that muchmore important. Each employee needs to know that the job does and can make a difference in someone else’s life whether it is a patient or co-worker.The appropriate situation to use this kind of motivation is whenever an employee saw that someone needed help whether it be a co-worker, a patient…….” Everyone they would encounter is a customer” and should be treated as such. With this line of positive thinking it encourages all employeesto treat others such as family members and friends as they would want their family and friends treated. With this program in place each employee willbe held accountable for their actions, and will want to represent the organization and its policies and procedures for which it stands for within the community and in the health care field. In the health care field there are people thatwork hard every day yet they are not recognized enough for the job they do. With this program in place the motivation to work harder will lift morale and show that they are being recognizedfor a job well done.
Motivation Strategies MatrixHCS/370 Version 133. Goal SettingGoal setting is the exertion of human effortto exact a desired end. When goal settting is appliedto a team, the collective attention and efforts are directedtowards a common higher purpose.The organizational goals serve as “reference points” to guide and govern the effort for attainment.The theory that supports motivational strategy is PROCESS THEORY of motivation.The Process Theoryfundamentallydealswiththe processing of interactionsto produce motivation.The Process Theorylargely focuseson the cognitive processes that are engagedto influence the direction, intensity, and persistence of their behavior. (Hitt, Colella, Miller, 2015)An ideal situation for the motivational strategy of goal setting would be in ateam effort.