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Motivation

  1. 1. Click to edit Master title style • Click to edit Master text styles • Second level • Third level • Fourth level • Fifth level Home  Introduction  Benefits  Your Attitude  Motivating Tips
  2. 2. Click to edit Master title style • Click to edit Master text styles • Second level • Third level • Fourth level • Fifth level Home  Introduction  Benefits  Your Attitude  Motivating Tips
  3. 3. Click to edit Master title style  In todays working environment, • Click to edit Master text styles success depends on employees • Second level using their full talents.  The objective level motivating • Third of employees is • to lead them to Fourth level • Fifth level perform in ways that meet the goals of the organization.  A motivating work environment enhances staff self-confidence. People feel like they are more competent, more capable, more appreciated, more contributing. Home  Introduction  Benefits  Your Attitude  Motivating Tips
  4. 4. Click to edit Master title style  The more you are able to provide • Click to edit Master text styles what they want, the more you • Second level should expect what you really • Third level want from employees in terms of productivity and quality. • Fourth level  Building high Fifth level • employee motivation requires that you pay attention every day to life at work.  Motivation leads to good performance when it is accompanied by ability, skills, equipment, supplies, and time. Home  Introduction  Benefits  Your Attitude  Motivating Tips
  5. 5. Click to edit Master title style • Click to edit Master text styles • Second level • Third level • Fourth level • Fifth level Home  Introduction  Benefits  Your Attitude  Motivating Tips
  6. 6. Click to edit Master title style There are no real disadvantages to • Click to edit Master text styles successfully motivating employees, but there Second levelbarriers to • are many overcome. • Third level Barriers may • Fourth level include unaware or absent managers, levelinadequate • Fifth buildings, outdated equipment, and entrenched attitudes, for example:  We dont get paid extra to work harder.  Weve always done it this way. Home  Introduction  Benefits  Your Attitude  Motivating Tips
  7. 7. Click to edit Master title style  Our bosses dont know about what • Click to edit Master text styles we do. • Second level  This is not explained in my job description.Third level • • Fourth level  Im going to do • Fifth level possible as little as without getting fired. Such views are real challenge to any team leader to defuse and breakdown with positive employee working growth. Home  Introduction  Benefits  Your Attitude  Motivating Tips
  8. 8. Click to edit Master title style • Click to edit Master text styles • Second level • Third level • Fourth level • Fifth level Home  Introduction  Benefits  Your Attitude  Motivating Tips
  9. 9. Click to edit Master title style Your Arrival at Work Sets the Employee • Click to edit Master text styles Motivation Tone for the Day: • Second level  If you arrive at work with an anger • Third level on your face. • Fourth level  Your body language shows you • Fifth level unhappy.  You move slowly and treat abruptly the first person who approaches you.  It takes only a few minutes for the entire workplace to get the word, ”Stay away from the boss today”. Home  Introduction  Benefits  Your Attitude  Motivating Tips
  10. 10. Click to edit Master title style  Your arrival and the first moments • Click to edit Master text styles you spend with staff each day have an • Second level immeasurable impact on • Third level positive employee motivation and morale. • Fourth level  As a manager or • Fifth level your supervisor, words, your body language, and the expression on your face, have great impact on employee motivation  Walk around your workplace and greet people. Home  Introduction  Benefits  Your Attitude  Motivating Tips
  11. 11. Click to edit Master title style Provide Regular Feedback for • Click to edit Master text styles Employee Motivation: • Second level  Your team members need to know when they • Third level task well and have done a when you are Fourth level • disappointed in their results. • Fifth level  They need to work with you to make sure they produce a positive outcome the next time.  Set up a daily or weekly schedule and make sure feedback happens. Youll be surprised how effective this tool can be in building employee motivation and morale. Home  Introduction  Benefits  Your Attitude  Motivating Tips
  12. 12. Click to edit Master title style • Click to edit Master text styles • Second level • Third level • Fourth level • Fifth level Home  Introduction  Benefits  Your Attitude  Motivating Tips
  13. 13. Click to edit Master title style Every person has different reasons for • Click to edit Master text styles working. But, we all work because we • Second level obtain something that we need from • Third level work. The something obtained from work impacts morale, Fourth level motivation, • employee and the quality of life. • Fifth level To create positive employee motivation, treat employees as if they matter - because employees matter. These tips will help you fulfill what people want from work and create employee motivation. Home  Introduction  Benefits  Your Attitude  Motivating Tips
  14. 14. Click to edit Master title styleWhat People Want From Work Some people work edit Master text styles • Click to for personal fulfillment; • Second level others work for enjoyment of what they do. Others work to•accomplish goals and to feel Third level • Fourth level as if they are contributing to something larger than themselves. • Fifth level The bottom line is that we all work for money and for reasons too individual to assign similarities to all workers. Fair benefits and pay are the cornerstone of a successful organization that recruits and retains committed workers. If you provide a living wage for your employees, you can then work on motivational issues. Home  Introduction  Benefits  Your Attitude  Motivating Tips
  15. 15. Click to edit Master title styleHow to Demonstrate Respect at Work • Click to edit Master text styles Ask anyone in your workplace what treatment they most want at work. level • Second They will likely • Third level with the desire to top their list • Fourth level be treated with dignity and respect. You can demonstrate respect with simple, yet powerful • Fifth level actions. Treat people with courtesy, politeness, and kindness. Encourage coworkers to express opinions and ideas. Listen to what others have to say before expressing your viewpoint. Never speak over, butt in, or cut off another person. Home  Introduction  Benefits  Your Attitude  Motivating Tips
  16. 16. Click to edit Master title styleProvide Feedback That Has an Impact Make yourClick to have the impacttext styles • feedback edit Master because • Second level your feedback can make a difference to employees. • Third level  Effective feedback involves the sharing of • Fourth level information and observations. It does not • Fifth level include advice unless you have permission or advice was requested.  Whenever possible, feedback that is requested is more powerful.  Ask permission to provide feedback. Say, "Id like to give you some feedback about the presentation, is that okay with you?” Home  Introduction  Benefits  Your Attitude  Motivating Tips
  17. 17. Click to edit Master title styleShow Your Appreciation You can tell yourto edit Master text and • Click colleagues, coworkers styles staff how • Secondvalue them and their much you level contribution any day of the year. • Third level In fact, small surprises and tokens of your • Fourth level appreciation spread throughout the year help • Fifth level the people in your work life feel valued all year long. Praise something your coworker has done well. Say "thank you." Show your appreciation for their hard work and contributions. And, dont forget to say "please" often as well. Home  Introduction  Benefits  Your Attitude  Motivating Tips
  18. 18. Click to edit Master title styleTrust Your Employees Trust forms the foundation for text styles • Click to edit Master effective • Second level communication, employee retention, and employee motivation and contribution of • Third level discretionary energy, the extra effort that people voluntarily•invest in work. When trust Fourth level is present, everything•else is easier. Fifth level When trust exists in an organization or in a relationship, almost everything else is easier and more comfortable to achieve. Trust forms the foundation for effective communication, employee retention, and employee motivation. Home  Introduction  Benefits  Your Attitude  Motivating Tips
  19. 19. Click to edit Master title styleEmployee Recognition Rocks Employee Click to edit Master text styles • recognition is limited in most organizations.Second level • Employees complain level • Third about the lack of • Fourth level recognition regularly. • Fifth level Managers ask, “Why should I recognize or thank him? He’s just doing his job.” These factors combine to create work places that fail to provide recognition for employees. Managers who prioritize employee recognition understand the power of recognition. Home  Introduction  Benefits  Your Attitude  Motivating Tips
  20. 20. Click to edit Master title styleRetain Your Great Employees Key employee retention is Master textlong • Click to edit critical to the styles term health • Second level organization. and success of your Managers readilyThird level their role is key in • agree that • Fourth level retaining best employees to ensure success. A motivated employee Fifth level contribute to • wants to work areas outside of his specific job description. You just need to know their skills, talent and experience, and take the time to tap into it. Home  Introduction  Benefits  Your Attitude  Motivating Tips
  21. 21. Click to edit Master title styleTeam Building and Delegation Employee Click to edit Master text styles • involvement is creating an • Second level environment in which people have an impact on decisions and actions that affect their jobs. • Third level Team building occurs when the manager • Fourth level knows when to tell, sell, level • Fifth consult, join, or delegate to staff. Involving employees in decision making and continuous improvement activities is the strategic aspect of involvement. Home  Introduction  Benefits  Your Attitude  Motivating Tips
  22. 22. Click to edit Master title styleBuild a Mentoring [adviser] Culture The people in your edit Master text styles • Click to organizations train for years and • Second level college. People go into debt for work late nights and weekends. People spend • Third level the entire day taking phone calls when they’re • Fourth level supposed to be on vacation. • Fifth level Yet, clearly, organizations do not do a good enough job developing and promoting their most important resource – their people. Time after time, the most important keys to your success is having a mentor [adviser]. It is hard to make it without a mentor and it takes too much time without a mentor. Home  Introduction  Benefits  Your Attitude  Motivating Tips
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