The question for many businesses is how to get the best from employees, how to encourage and persuade them to do what they are supposed to be doing to the best of their ability all the time and how to make them go that extra mile to achieve a goal. Motivation solves these kinds of questions by arousing in an employee a thirst for excellence and a drive to deliver their best.
A motivated employee is an asset to an organization and has the ability and potential to produce significant changes in the balance sheet of an organization or in short Motivated employee help their organizations to survive. Owing to the importance of motivation, motivating employees has inarguably emerged as one of the most important and at the same time also very complex function of management. Complex in the sense that what motivates employee's changes constantly (Bowen & Radhakrishna, 1991). "Each employee will have different motivations and different expectations of their role and their manager, says Carol-Ann White, global HR director at public relations consultancy Lewis."
Purpose: The purpose of this paper is to describe the importance of a certain factors in motivating employees. ...
had achieved quite a few milestones with their earlier assignment as a means to develop a general camaraderie with them I had a brief chitchat session with them. The team was highly reluctant to speak .He did not dwell much upon it and just overlooked their reticence just as a reaction to introduction of a new element (manager) to their environment and thought that all their reservations would go as he settles in the team. As his term progressed he also noticed that the quality of work delivered by them was quite average. They were not regular with their attendance and came late to office. He also heard them speaking very negatively about the organization. They appeared complacent and wasted all their time in computing the pensions and other benefits they would accrue to them post retirement this was the alarm and had put him into thinking shoes. He analyzed the composition of his team and studied their previous assignments. The average age of his team was about fifty and they had done great job during that time of telecom age when the nature of work was manual and required them physically to move from one location to another to troubleshoot the problem and now with the advent of Computers and Computerized Systems their was nothing major for them to do i.e. the challenge was missing from their job and now their work was limited singularly to manage the files and monitor the network by seeing the alarms. Having an approximate idea he just invited all of them to speak about their achievements in general and also asked them to describe the problems they were facing in their organization currently and also come up with a solution that could solve those. During the session he could see a spark of achievement and passion in their eyes. Later on they spoke to him that