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    Employee motivation Employee motivation Presentation Transcript

    • Employee Motivation Prepared for Underground Vaults & Storage, Inc 04/2010
    • What is wrong with…
      • “I can motivate others”
      • “Money is a good motivator”
      • “Fear is a good motivator”
      • “I know what motivates me, so I know what motivates my employees.”
      • “Higher job satisfaction brings higher level performance”
    • Overview
      • Five ways people are motivated
      • Get going
    • Motivators…
      • Intrinsic process – fun
        • Characteristics
        • How to motivate
    • Motivators…
      • Instrumental - rewards
        • Characteristics
        • How to motivate
    • Motivators…
      • Self Concept (external) - reputation
        • Characteristics
        • How to motivate
    • Motivators…
      • Self Concept (internal) - challenge
        • Characteristics
        • How to motivate
    • Motivators…
      • Goal internalization – cause or purpose
        • Characteristics
        • How to motivate
    • Motivators…
        • “ Flatter me and I may not believe you.
        • Criticize me and I may not like you.
        • Ignore me and I may not forgive you.
        • Motivate me and I will not forget you.”
        • ~William Arthur Ward
    • Get Going
      • The basics
        • Begin with self
        • Align with company
        • View as a process
        • Consider employees on an individual basis
    • Get Going
      • Steps to Begin
        • Apply what you have learned