Ledership Skills - Discover the Staff Motivation and Leadership Techniques that has helped hundreds of Managers like yourself succeed Today. .... [NOOK Book]

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Staff Motivation and Effective Leadership Skills....

Here is a simple but effective way of increasing your leadership skills in motivating
staff.
• Firstly make sure you have an understanding of what motivation means,secondly consider how motivation occurs and finally ...
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Overview

Staff Motivation and Effective Leadership Skills....

Here is a simple but effective way of increasing your leadership skills in motivating
staff.
• Firstly make sure you have an understanding of what motivation means,secondly consider how motivation occurs and finally look at ways of how you as a manager can begin to build into your Leadership skills motivational practices at work.

To begin when thinking about motivating staff you need to have the definition of
motivation in mind. It is widely agreed that motivation is the internal condition that
activates behavior and gives it direction; and that it also energizes and directs goal-
oriented behavior.

How does this occur in the workplace?

When looking at your managerial skills in staff motivation you will also need to begin
considering the key concepts of motivation:

Intrinsic Motivation and Extrinsic motivation

• Intrinsic motivation mainly comes from rewards inherent to a s task or activity itself best viewed as the joy of doing a job. Research in this area which you may find
useful is based on the work of Fritz Heider, Bandura and Deci.

• Extrinsic motivation is generally something that comes from outside of the
performer or worker and there is no great surprise when I say that an example of this
is money! But it also includes rewards and punishments (I do not recommend
punishment) etc.

So finally it is important that you as a manager get the balance of understanding
what motivates your workers and how they are motivated in the most beneficial way.
How you put it all together to motivate your staff using Leadership skills will develop
your staff, your business and your career.

And a final word for you as a manager "Motivation is what gets you started. Habit is
what keeps you going."- Jim Rohn

Discover the Staff Motivation and Leadership Techniques that has helped hundreds
of Managers like yourself succeed Today.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940014962179
  • Publisher: colin lian
  • Publication date: 2/16/2012
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 50
  • File size: 443 KB

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