Motivating employees can lead to increased productivity and allow an organization to achieve higher levels of output.
Business Management - M - motivating
M - motivating
M - motivating - managers must be able to motivate staff to maintain them
in their employment with the organisation, in the first instance, and then
to ensure that the performance of the employees is optimised both for their
own benefit and also for the benefit of the organisation. The level of
empowerment of employees will vary from organisation to organisation and
is, once again, dependent on the culture of the organisation and the
management style adopted by the manager. The form of motivation used by the
manager will, likewise, vary between material to non-material methods
dependent upon the culture of the organisation and the management style
adopted. Managers will motivate employees to ensure that the organisational
plans are implemented effectively, that the organisation is organised
effectively, and that the control mechanisms implemented by managers are
accepted as legitimate by the employees.
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