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Motivation in the workplace

I read a lot articles pointing out money is
not the factor for motivation in the
workplace. R...
Challenging work and new responsibilities:

People tend to get bored with the tedious and repetitive work. Once your emplo...
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Motivation in the workplace

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Motivation in the workplace

  1. 1. Motivation in the workplace I read a lot articles pointing out money is not the factor for motivation in the workplace. Really? I have to disagree with this point of view. Let’s say you have a job that you absolutely love; the field you are in is what you are really good at and confident about. You don’t mind overtime work since you enjoy what you do. But, here is the dilemma: Your workplace pays you way below average and it appears that there wont be a raise anytime soon due to the bad economy. Now how would you feel? Does it still make you feel that you are motivated to work? You get the point. However, money is not the only factor that keeps motivation in the workplace high. It will definitely help workers to reach a certain level of satisfaction and motivation by financially rewarding them. After this point, it is important for managers to find ways to motivate employees. So what motivates people at work? Here are a couple of core factors to motivate your team: • empowerment (delegation and accountability) • challenging work and new responsibilities Empowerment: Instead of you as a manager trying to solve everything, delegate your responsibilities to the team members and trust their work qualities. In order to avoid conflict, make it clear with an employee that what your expectations are and let them find a creative way to solve the project. You will be surprised with the work efficiency by simply building a trust and delegation tactic.
  2. 2. Challenging work and new responsibilities: People tend to get bored with the tedious and repetitive work. Once your employees are used to what they do, give them new responsibilities with challenging projects. Not only they will learn something new and valuable lessons, they will also enjoy the new learning experience.

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