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Maslow's hierarchy of needs and tips on how to motivate your staff. You can also find Call of the Wild training courses and workshops on how to motivate your employees

The Best Ways To Motivate Employees And Get Results - Forbes

Are you motivating or demotivating your staff? | LinkedIn

This blog shares how to save sales employees from the epidemic of demotivation.
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You have no unmotivated employees – they are actually always motivated. Sometimes they just happen to be motivated for doing something different than what you want them to do in a given situation. Learn how to point motivation in the right direction.

Are you motivating or demotivating your staff

Here are the top causes of demotivation in the workplace and the tips you ..
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Non-relevance Undermines Intrinsic Motivation
When teachers do not assure the relevance of text or reading activity, students tend to avoid reading (Assor, Kaplan, & Roth, 2002). For example, students may experience low relevance when there are multiple unrelated topics within one lesson, with few or no links to background knowledge. Teaching texts and topics that have no basis or connection to students' background knowledge disengages students and gives them a reason not to read the text.

 

The Disadvantages of Unmotivated Employees | Bizfluent

Reduced productivity is a prime disadvantage of unmotivated employees
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You can examine this further by asking questions such as: “Are there any elements in the advantages of the new working procedures you mention that are in line with your experience and what you believe is important?” It is crucial that the employee is the one who presents the arguments. That way you will be able to evoke the motivation of the employee through his own perception of the importance of the behavioural change.

Seven reasons for employee demotivation | Michael Page
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Thematic Units Cultivate Mastery Motivation
By emphasizing mastery goals as a reason to read, teachers are contributing to both student motivation and reading comprehension (Grolnick & Ryan, 1987; Pintrich, 2000).


Seven reasons for employee demotivation

Leaders and managers need to have this level of understanding if they are to be in a position to motivate their staff. However to be a good leader and manager you need to recognise that people are different. To display the traits of a good leader you need to recognise that some people come to work to earn money (existence needs) and have no desire either to get on with others (relatedness needs), or earn promotion (growth needs). Others work to meet people and have a personal challenge and sense of achievement ( relatedness needs). Others work to gain experience to get promotion (growth needs). For others it maybe a combination of these.

Inside the mind of a motivated employee | Fortune

The horizontal axis indicates the employee’s belief or confidence that it is possible to carry out the action in practice. Research shows that it is vital to an employee’s motivation that he has faith in his own abilities as well as confidence in the organisation’s supporting structures in connection with a change. This aspect of motivation can be examined e.g. by asking: “Is there something we can do together to increase the probability of success?”

Inside the mind of a motivated employee

The assumption that unmotivated employees do not exist comes from a new Danish book in which the internationally recognised method “Motivational Interviewing” is introduced for the first time in a management context. This method has been developed and tested during the past 25 years within areas where motivation often has very difficult terms, e.g. in the area of substance abuse as well as job activation of long-term unemployed people.

Helping People to Motivate Themselves and Others

The motivation coordinate system consists of two axes: The vertical axis shows the employee’s perceived importance (how important does the employee think that the change is) while the horizontal axis indicates the employee’s belief or confidence in success (how likely is it that the new behaviour is possible).