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Nothing Flourishes Without Attention
David Rutchik, Project Manager, United States, Member
Nothing flourishes without attention. This simple phrase is endemic in all endeavors. A gardener knows all too well what would happen to his plants if they are not attended to. Take this phrase and apply it to every other pursuit. Without reviewing the newly emplaced activity or practice it will not continue to produce the results it showed at its inception. In organizations, employees that feel ignored will grow complacent in their output, and eventually even the once talented and highly energized individuals do not feel like part of their team or no longer see the importance of their task. Without attention there is a loss of interest and outcomes decline to mediocre. Some managers pay attention to those things that seem very important at the moment, but by forgetting the core values other areas get neglected and get less attention. Like the garden they soon wither away. Paying attention does not have to be done daily, but like a checkup with the physician it must be done on a r (...) Read more? Sign up for free

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Two Factor Theory (Human Motivation)
Summary
Forum
List of Intrinsic Motivators
🔥The 2 Most Important Words to Say to your Employees
Employee Motivation: It's not About the Money!
Best Practices
🥇How to measure motivation?
🥈Privacy at Work | Privacy in Offices
🥉How to Create a Psychologically Safe Workplace?
Motivation Engenders Commitment
Civility and Respect towards Employees
Nothing Flourishes Without Attention
What motivates Employees to be more Innovative?
Using Herzberg's Two Factor Theory in Small Companies
What are (the Main) Causes of Attrition?
Application of Two Factor Theory in Non-Governmental Organizations
Education Motivation
Hygiene and Motivation: Hand and Glove
PROs and CONs of Employee Of the Month Programs
Scope of Herzberg's Two Factor Theory
Stress inTwo Factor Theory
Two Factor Theory Still Holds Today?
Two Factor Theory 2.0
Additional Hygiene Factors
Hygiene Factors and Employee Information System
Increasing Employee Motivation and Satisfaction with Job Titles
Money Remains the Primary Motivating Factor!
Strong Motivational Factors Can Overcome Demotivating Factors
Avoid Under and over Motivation
Is Lack of Of Challenge a Hygiene Factor?
Social and Environment Issues Missing in 2 Factor Theory?
How to Keep a Workforce Motivated at Crossroads


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