Motivation Engenders Commitment




Two Factor Theory (Human Motivation)
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Olusola Obilana
Analyst, Ireland

Motivation Engenders Commitment

Adequately motivated staff are usually more committed to perform optimally.
More often than not, they are happy on their beats which could be due to their being satisfied with the welfare, training and perquisites they are enjoying from their employers.
The opposite is usually the case with staff that are not well motivated. This translates to the fact that there is indeed an individualistic dimension or consideration to the issue or concept of motivation in a work environment.
This can be further buttressed with the reality that even upon the crest of national (or organizational) interest, personal interest is also defined. Well motivated staff will ultimately be an asset to any organization in the long run.
Consequently, any organization that is proactive in motivating its staff, be it in capacity building or welfare, is indeed investing in its future prospects and development. This is pivotal in management.

   

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