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Motivation is like an accelerator in a vehicle. A vehicle keeps moving at the pace decided by its accelerator. The moment accelerator is reduced, vehicle’s speed reduces and it may come to a …

Motivation is like an accelerator in a vehicle. A vehicle keeps moving at the pace decided by its accelerator. The moment accelerator is reduced, vehicle’s speed reduces and it may come to a standstill if there is no further acceleration. Alternatively, if brakes are applied, there will be an abrupt reduction in the speed of the vehicle and it may come to a standstill.
This is true to human beings as well. As long as they are motivated they keep working and producing extraordinary results. The moment there is a drop in their acceleration (motivation), results start diminishing. Of course, applying brakes (dissatisfaction/demotivation) certainly bring them to a halt. The only difference is that unlike a vehicle, human beings have different types of accelerator and brake.
Therefore, the book, Why My Horse Doesn't Drink' will help readers to identify the ways that may accelerate or slow down the speed of their team members. Chapter ‘How to motivate’ talks about the points that accelerate and chapter ‘How not to demotivate’ explains the factors that may work as brakes to performance. Thereby readers will be able to make best use of their vehicle (Team Members).

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  • 1. “Why My Horse Doesn’t Drink” A Presentation by Vivek Mehrotra
  • 2. “You can take a horse to the pond but cannot make it drink” ‘It is true to human beings as well’ A Presentation by Vivek Mehrotra
  • 3. “Did you ever face questions” • “Why doesn't this person work?” • “Why does this colleague hate me?” • “Why do I always get bad people to work with?” • “Could someone be more ungrateful than him?” • “Why does this person want to embarrass me?” A Presentation by Vivek Mehrotra
  • 4. Refusing to work is a problem or a symptom? • Lack of interest in the job • Stubbornness • Excessive fear of punishments • Inappropriate recognition / rewards • Conflicting demands of the superiors Human beings refuse to work due to any of the above-mentioned reason (s) A Presentation by Vivek Mehrotra
  • 5. “Why My Horse Doesn’t Drink” P = F (M,A,E) P: Performance F: Function M: Motivation A: Ability E: Environment A Presentation by Vivek Mehrotra
  • 6. “Why My Horse Doesn’t Drink” Newton’s First Law of (Motivation) Motion Every body persists in its state of rest or uniform motion in a straight - line, unless it is compelled to change that state by force impressed on it. “Human beings too, do not change their state of affairs unless a force is applied on them. People do not take initiative or an action until they are compelled to do so”. A Presentation by Vivek Mehrotra
  • 7. “Why My Horse Doesn’t Drink” “The premise of ‘Court of Justice’ is based upon finding out the motive behind the crime. According To law, the origin of the word ‘crime’ is from two ‘mens rea,’ i.e., the ‘guilty mind’ Latin words without which, any action remains an ‘act’ and not an ‘offence.’ According to the ‘Indian Penal Code’, a person is not to be penalized by death or life sentence under section IPC – 302, who has committed even a murder for self - defense. However, a person may be penalized under section IPC - 307 to a rigorous imprisonment for seven years for just taking a shot from a gun on somebody (not necessarily killing the person), if his motive was to kill him, i.e. an attempt to murder”. A Presentation by Vivek Mehrotra
  • 8. “Why My Horse Doesn’t Drink” Newton’s Second Law of (Motivation) Motion The rate of change of momentum of a body is proportional to the applied force and takes place in the direction in which the force acts. “The mass (individual’s competence) remains constant, it is the person’s desire/interest (the velocity) decides the extent of his success. More the desire and interest towards a particular job; better is his chance of success”. A Presentation by Vivek Mehrotra
  • 9. Motivation and Need Satisfaction Unsatisfied needs Reassessment Tension of needs Reduction in Drives Tension Need Search for Satisfaction Behavior Goal directed behavior A Presentation by Vivek Mehrotra
  • 10. Accelerator vs.. Brake “Motivation is like an accelerator in a vehicle. A vehicle keeps moving at the pace decided by its accelerator. The moment accelerator is reduced, vehicle’s speed reduces and it may come to a standstill if there is no further acceleration. Alternatively, if brakes are applied, there will be an abrupt reduction in the speed of the vehicle and it may come to a standstill….
  • 11. “Why My Horse Doesn’t Drink” Is it MOTIVATION or MANIPULATION??? A Presentation by Vivek Mehrotra
  • 12. “Why My Horse Doesn’t Drink” quot;Leadership I s the art of getting someone else to do something you want done because he wants to do it.quot; General Dwight David Eisenhower A Presentation by Vivek Mehrotra
  • 13. “Why My Horse Doesn’t Drink” “I'm slowly becoming a convert to the principle that you can not motivate people to do things. demotivate You can only them. The primary job of the manager is not to empower but to remove obstacles.” Scott Adams A Presentation by Vivek Mehrotra
  • 14. “Why My Horse Doesn’t Drink” NOT to Demotivate How A Presentation by Vivek Mehrotra
  • 15. “Why My Horse Doesn’t Drink” Demotivators originating due to lack of proper Supervision • Lack of Direction • Lack of Recognition • Subordinates may become high headed • People are expected to do good work “catch somebody doing things wrong.” “catch somebody doing things right”. Praise in public, reprimand in private. • Never offer a unfair reward or recognition A Presentation by Vivek Mehrotra
  • 16. “Why My Horse Doesn’t Drink” Demotivators originating due to lack of proper Supervision • Be the ‘Neelkanth (Lord Shiva)’ • Close Supervision • Inspected or expected job • Reluctance of managers to empower team members • Doubt on the capabilities / credibility of team members • Doubting the integrity • Freedom to perform • Forcing people to work in their (manager’s) way • Conflicting expectations of superiors A Presentation by Vivek Mehrotra
  • 17. “Why My Horse Doesn’t Drink” Demotivators originating due to inappropriate Leadership • Unfulfilled Promises • Denying a promotion or a request transfer • Conflicting behaviors of superiors • Feeling of favoritism • Being a work-alcoholic • Asking people to do what you wouldn’t like to do your self? • Frequent changes in Standard Operating Procedures A Presentation by Vivek Mehrotra
  • 18. “Why My Horse Doesn’t Drink” ‘Criticizing’ an Art “Appreciation can make a day. Even change a life. Your willingness to put it into words is all that is necessary”. Margaret Cousins A Presentation by Vivek Mehrotra
  • 19. “Why My Horse Doesn’t Drink” DIFFERENT STROKES FOR DIFFERENT FOLKS Chanakya • ‘Guptapragya’ means those who have undiscovered talent • ‘Suptapragya’ means those who are talented but NO action • ‘Truptpragya’ means those who are contented • ‘Luptpragya’ means those who have lost interest • ‘Pradiptapragya’ means those who are sharp and dashing A Presentation by Vivek Mehrotra
  • 20. “Why My Horse Doesn’t Drink” I am sure you must have read in ‘Ramayana’ the episode of ‘Hanuman ji’ crossing the sea to reach ‘Lanka’. Until the time ‘Jambuvant’ persuaded him by saying these words, “Kavan so kaj kathin jag manhi, jo nahi hot tat tum panhi” (which is that difficult task in the world that you cannot do), even Hanuman ji could not believe that he can cross the sea. A Presentation by Vivek Mehrotra
  • 21. “Why My Horse Doesn’t Drink” Money and job satisfaction are the two wings of a bird; one is enough for survival, but to fly high both are required. A Presentation by Vivek Mehrotra
  • 22. “Why My Horse Doesn’t Drink” “The greatest motivational act one person can do for another is to listen”. Roy E. Moody The next in series “Why My Horse Doesn’t Listen” A Presentation by Vivek Mehrotra
  • 23. CONTENT INTRODUCTION HOW NOT TO DEMOTIVATE •Motivation: Case Studies •Demotivators: Due to lack of proper ‘Supervision’ •Motivation: Some myths •Demotivators: Due to poor ‘On the Job Performance’ •Demotivators: Due to inappropriate ‘Leadership Style’ •Motivation: What is it? •Criticism - a demotivator •Motivation: Characteristics •Inappropriate communication-a cause of dissatisfaction •Motivation: Need Satisfaction •Signals indicating motivational problems THEORIES OF MOTIVATION HOW TO MOTIVATE Different Strokes for Different Folks (Part I) Early Theories of Motivation Different Strokes for Different Folks (Part II) •Hierarchy of Needs Theory Behavior Modification •Theory X and Theory Y •Behavior Shaping •Motivation - Hygiene Theory Contemporary theories of motivation •Methods of Behavior Shaping MOTIVATING A TEAM •ERG Theory POST SCRIPT •Three Needs Theory •Expectancy Theory •Check for yourself: Are you a motivated manager? Essence of Motivational Theories •Check for yourself: Is my team motivated?
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