Motivation

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  • 1.Motivation should and must be an ongoingprocess. It is not a once a year booster.2. We must all understand what reallydemotivates us and then take steps to preventit happening as frequently as possible.3. It takes a ‘big thinking’person to give anothera compliment.4. Sell your ideas. Don’t just tell them. Get yourpeople to embrace them.5. Those who should be participating mustbelieve that they have a chance to win6. You must understand that everybody doeshave a fuse and they can be sparked into life.7. The smaller the unit to which they belong the greater theloyalty, motivation and effort.
  • Motivation

    1. 1. WHY? HOW?WHAT?
    2. 2. Why do some people climb mountains?
    3. 3. While others run?
    4. 4. And some people just sit?
    5. 5. And why do billions of people go to work each day?
    6. 6. Motivation
    7. 7. WHAT MOTIVATES PEOPLEExternal Rewards Internal Rewards• Salary • Achievement• Working conditions • Responsibility• Benefits • Recognition• Environment • Feedback • Learning and growth
    8. 8. Maslow’s Hierarchy of NeedsLower-Order Needs Higher-Order NeedsNeeds that are satisfied Needs that are satisfiedexternally; physiological internally; social, esteem,and safety needs. and self-actualization needs.
    9. 9. Theory X and Theory YTheory XAssumes that employees dislikework, lack ambition, avoidresponsibility, and must bedirected and coerced to perform.Theory YAssumes that employees likework, seek responsibility, arecapable of makingdecisions, and exercise self-direction and self-control whencommitted to a goal.
    10. 10. HOW TO MOTIVATE PEOPLE• MOTIVATE YOURSELF TO MOTIVATE OTHERS• IT SHOULD BE A CONTINUOUS PROCESS• RECOGNITION• PARTICIPATION• CHALLENGES• GIVE THEM TIME• BELONGINGNESS
    11. 11. WHY MOTIVATE toachieveGOALS
    12. 12. GOALS SHOULD BE
    13. 13. CHALLENGES• FOCUS• PERSONALITIES• LEADERSHIP• COMMUNICATION• EXPECTATIONS• COSTS• ENVIRONMENT
    14. 14. And we’ve only touched the tip of the…
    15. 15. Thank You

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