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Motivational Skills-original-hen

  1. 1. Effective Motivational Skills December 2011
  2. 2. Introduction to motivation And Definition Presented By: Mr. Hor Hen The Executive Director of Brain Activation and Skills
  3. 3. Learning Objective  Cite the factors affecting the Behavior of your Working colleagues;  Describe the role of the leader in Creating Motivations for the working Staff; and Members  Apply the Techniques of Enriching Work to Give work motivation for the Staff. Presented By: Mr. Hor Hen The Executive Director of Brain Activation and Skills
  4. 4. What is Motivation? Motivation = Motive + Action Presented By: Mr. Hor Hen The Executive Director of Brain Activation and Skills
  5. 5. What do you see? Presented By: Mr. Hor Hen The Executive Director of Brain Activation and Skills
  6. 6. What do you see? Presented By: Mr. Hor Hen The Executive Director of Brain Activation and Skills
  7. 7. Motivation  Motivation is a Conscious or Unconscious Mind to Stimulating Or Directing Actions to Reach an Expected Objective.  To create Motivation for A person You to Make a person want to do this, Not the obliged to do. - Longman English Dictionary Presented By: Mr. Hor Hen The Executive Director of Brain Activation and Skills
  8. 8. Motivation  Motivation is an Inner strange to Stimulate or it is the mythic that Lead The people Taking action without any fear To Reach Their Vision and objective.  Motivation is the process that account for an Individual’s intensity, direction and persistence of efforts toward attaining the goal - Ghandhi Presented By: Mr. Hor Hen The Executive Director of Brain Activation and Skills
  9. 9. Motivation  Motivation is a passion for the Idea, an inner Sense Of drive, or the sense of commitment, It is the Strength that lets leader move their Vision forward Despite all the obstacles, Despite all the people saying it Can’t be done, It’s too costly, we tried that before, or a Dozen other excuse. - Hong Dha Presented By: Mr. Hor Hen The Executive Director of Brain Activation and Skills
  10. 10. Motivation  Motivation is the Superficial Power of the Mind’s state that Encouraging People to Realize their Inner Potential and Talent and Using It with Confident And trust to achieve The Objective. - Henry Ford Presented By: Mr. Hor Hen The Executive Director of Brain Activation and Skills
  11. 11. X-Theory?  Human beings do not like working and will avoid doing it if possible. Must give compensation if you want them To work and apply punishment if they do Not work.  They like being controlled , and directed to Avoid Responsibility, nurture little Expectation and often wish to Have settled life. Presented By: Mr. Hor Hen The Executive Director of Brain Activation and Skills
  12. 12. Y-Theory?  Human beings like to work in appropriate working Condition  Want to be self-directed, self-controlled rather Than being controlled  They will devote to the objective if being selfPresented By: Mr. Hor Hen Satisfied in work The Executive Director of Brain Activation and Skills
  13. 13. Y-Theory?  They will accept and be responsible in work in Appropriate working condition  Skill and incentive are individual’s hidden resource but Are not explored rightly. Presented By: Mr. Hor Hen The Executive Director of Brain Activation and Skills
  14. 14. Values, Attitude and Behavior  Values = those that are most Important to an individual  Attitude = the evaluation to Something Objective from the individual  Behavior = a concrete action To reflect An attitude Controlled by value
  15. 15. Abraham Maslow’ s hierarchy of needs theory Esteem Needs Self Actualization Needs Social Needs Security Needs Physiological Needs Presented By: Mr. Hor Hen The Executive Director of Brain Activation and Skills
  16. 16. Motivation Cycle? Reduce Drive Satisfaction Action Drives Need Presented By: Mr. Hor Hen The Executive Director of Brain Activation and Skills
  17. 17. Result? Increase Productivities and Production Awarding Work Effect Effort Encouragement Presented By: Mr. Hor Hen The Executive Director of Brain Activation and Skills
  18. 18. Tools of Motivation  Money Motivation, Salary, Bonus, Incentives..  Reward or Present, Mottos, Cars, Fans..  Scholarship and Training, Workshop, Seminar, Conference, Inside and out side, or abroad.  Team Capacity Building..  Staff Retreat or Camping.. Presented By: Mr. Hor Hen The Executive Director of Brain Activation and Skills
  19. 19. Tools of Motivation  Fair Judgment to All Staff and Provide Equal Opportunity to All Staff Members...  Gender Responsive or Gender Equality In Staff Management.  Promotion or Upgrade Position  Party and Dancing…… Presented By: Mr. Hor Hen The Executive Director of Brain Activation and Skills
  20. 20. Thank you….all the best be with you.

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