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how to motivate employee to achieve target

  1. 1.  Manager has to motivate himself first.  You should know your people actual needs and expectations.  Good leader invest their time , effort and observation to discover the needs of employees.  This plays key role to motivate the employees.
  2. 2.  If you like to motivate your people you have to be motivated first.  Your vibrant presence in the office will spark your team members.  Your speech, actions, movement will energies them.  If you are de-motivated, frustrated or demoralized you can’t be the source of great inspiration, you can’t influence others to be motivated.  So be enthusiastic in your role in the office.
  3. 3.  Giving recognition of their achievement is the best way to motivate employees.  It is very effective tool to motivate employees but most of the time managers fail to capitalize it.  You can recognize their achievement by giving 1) Sincere thanks 2) Writing an appreciation letter 3) Best achiever award etc.  Recognize every achievement no matter how small it is.
  4. 4. o When employees successfully complete their assignment their moral goes high and they feel proud of it. o Achievement is a great motivator for employees. o If employees consistently fail to achieve their target, they become demoralized and it causes unsatisfactory outcome. oSo set realistic target for your team members; train, coach and develop them as they can achieve their target consistently. oGive clear guidelines.
  5. 5. i. Offer challenge to your team member for the difficult tasks ii. They will put their best effort to win that challenge and they will do it. Because they like to be recognize in that way. iii. You cannot do all jobs by giving money but you can get the toughest job by offering challenge. iv. Offer due recognition of their extraordinary achievement, it will help you to motivate your whole team.
  6. 6. a. Communication is the key to become successful in every position. b. Confusing and unclear information causes de- motivation in the team. c. Communicate company’s vision and mission statement clearly to your team members. d. This will motivate them because everybody likes to work in an organization that has a vibrant future.
  7. 7. Delegate responsibility to your team members as they can work independently. Proper delegation of authority will decrease your workload and will increase motivational level of your employees. Every employee likes to work independently; they don’t like to be controlled. Frequent interference and disruptions make employees agitated and don’t bring good result for the organization.
  8. 8. I. Every organization has a unique goal for which it operates. II. At the same time every individual has his own personal goal. III. It is the responsibility of a good leader to present the job to his employees in such a way that they feel they are advancing to their own goal by serving the organization.
  9. 9. I. If you like to get the best output from your team members, ensure the security of their job and let them feel that it is their organization. II. You can’t expect outstanding performance who is worried about his jobs security. III. It will destroy creativity of your employees, looking for suitable opportunities to leave your organization instead of concentrating their own job. IV. Sometimes employs are fired simply because his boss or CEO or owner of the organization doesn’t like him. This is worst example of employee’s job insecurity.
  10. 10.  Provide good training facilities for your employees, because it brings mutual benefits both for the organization and employees. Some employee specially younger and talented employees are more interested to sharpen their knowledge and skill. Arrange training as they can enjoy, sometimes it becomes punishment for employees and causes de- motivation in the team.
  11. 11. I. A leader is called a “Dreamer”. II. Let them see their future in an optimistic way. III. Clearly visualize their future position in the organization and give a clear guidelines how they can reach that position. IV. Set career path in your organization, promote people from within. V. If you do that you are sending a positive massage to everyone that there are indeed further career opportunities within your organization.
  12. 12.  Involve employees in decision making process. value their opinions and incorporate their suggestions as much as possible , they will feel proud being the part of decision making process. They will put their highest effort to implement that decision. If decision is taken without consulting employees they may think that it is not their decision, so they may be reluctant to execute that decision.
  13. 13. Celebrate your achievement with all of your team members. Give due appreciation to every members of the team.  Offer a lunch or tea party or something interesting to them as they can enjoy it. They will feel proud being the part of your team.
  14. 14. A. Being a boss doesn’t mean you can’t laugh or make fun in the office. B. Keep yourself natural; you don’t need to be a robot. Making fun in the office will help you to reduce working pressure and will rejuvenate your team members. C. Being too serious may drainage your energy and may cause poor productivity. D. Create an environment where they can express themselves and enjoy their work.
  15. 15. a) When plan is put into actions offer regular feedback of their progress, actually where they are standing. b) If they do well give them due appreciation. c) If you don’t follow up the given assignments they may be reluctant to complete their jobs. d) Resulting disappointing performance and at the end of the day they will be demotivated.