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- MOTIVATION OF HUMAN RESOURCES IN CORPORATES. KUMAR, SUSHIL; BHATARA, MOHIT // Golden Research Thoughts;Oct2012, Vol. 2 Issue 4, p1
The aim of this study was to know the possibilities of motivation of human resources for sustainable development in an organization. The research has made it possible to identify the behavioral dimensions of human resource motivation process.
- HOW TO… motivate yourself. // Occupational Health;Jan2008, Vol. 60 Issue 1, p25
The article presents tips on how employees can motivate themselves. It says that they have to first recognise when they are starting to feel demotivated and from there, choose to allow themselves to have a break or carry on with the task in hand. Employees are advised to establish smart goals,...
- Chapter Five: Motivation. Roberts-Phelps, Graham // Companies Don't Succeed -- People Do!;10/1/2000, p117
This chapter focuses on factors that motivate employees. In Maslow's hierarchy of needs, a job satisfies all the physiological, security, social and self-actualisation needs of people. Setting standards of peak performance, giving awards, ressurance and encouragement are some of the things...
- Ramp Up Your Motivation. MCDONALD, TOM // Medical Meetings;Dec2008, Vol. 35 Issue 8, p20
The author talks about staff motivation which should be applied by the supervisor and staff of a company despite the declining economy. He comments that keeping oneself motivated is difficult, though it can be applied by talking positively, by encouraging others and being upbeat. He suggests...
- management methods. Pollock, Ted // Electric Light & Power;Sep/Oct2005, Vol. 83 Issue 5, p62
Discusses the importance to the manager of knowing how to work with people, both individually and in groups. Absence of a single formula for sound employee relations; Most employees with a keen desire for challenging work; Employees' need for an opportunity for advancement; Importance of...
- The straw that can break the employee's back. Dwan, Sue // NZ Business;Sep2003, Vol. 17 Issue 8, p44
Offers tips on employee motivation. Discussion of de-motivators in the workplace; Development of a visual organizational scorecard; Need for the creation of artificial organizational pauses of breathing spaces.
- Why independence energizes employee innovation. Willax, Paul // New Hampshire Business Review;4/2/2004, Vol. 26 Issue 7, p15A
Discusses how employee independence will help spur innovation among workers in firms. Creativity among workers that is encouraged by the flexibility and independence afforded to them; Recognition for the value of far-sighted and creative employees; Implications on personnel management.
- Generations and Motivation: A Connection Worth Making. Jeffries, Francis L.; Hunte, Tanya L. // Journal of Behavioral & Applied Management;Sep2004, Vol. 6 Issue 1, p37
Most work motivation research focuses on the specific aspects of the motivational process (i.e., needs, goal setting, etc.) that impact employee behavior. Locke's (1991) model provides the framework to relate important motivational theories chronologically, but does not include feedback loops or...
- Universal drivers for engagement. // e-Organisations & People;Aug2007, Vol. 14 Issue 3, p39
The article reports on the results of research on employee engagement which was conducted by research consultants at Kenexa. Researchers found that across the globe, even though there may be cultural differences in employees, and despite the fact that employee engagement may change from year to...