Internal and External Motivation

Hawthorne Effect
Knowledge Center

 

Next Topic

Hawthorne Effect > Best Practices > Internal and External Motivation

Internal and External Motivation
VENKATESWARAN, Teacher, India, Member
Employee motivation depends on two factors: internal and external:
- Internal factors depend on his needs, knowledge or lack of it, interest to learn, values, confidence levels and medium and long term goals.
- External facors should supplement and complement the internal factors through proper face to face interaction with the individual by HR personnel, through giving the necessary support and confidence to the employee, to instill in him the hope that the orginator is equally concerned in his welfare-as much as he is in himself.
This has to be proved by giving him proper recognition for his good work, give him more and additional responsibility, reward him timely and make him independent of job responsibilities.
These external initiatives would improve his personality and confidence and hence would sustain his motivation levels.
 

   

 
Motivation also Comes from a Superior / Manager
Haris Jamaluddin, Management Consultant, Malaysia, Member
 

 
Motivation: a Two Dimensional Issue
Ogunshola Gabriel, Student (University), Nigeria, Member
 

 
Moodies
Joao Alberto Catalao, CEO, Portugal, Member
 

     

Read all responses and join this discussion yourself.
Support your career and personal development with 12manage, the management platform.

    Log in


Special Interest Group Leader

Interested? Sign up for free.


Hawthorne Effect
Summary
Forum
Best Practices


Hawthorne Effect
Knowledge Center

 

Next Topic



About 12manage | Advertising | Link to us / Cite us | Privacy | Suggestions | Terms of Service
2019 12manage - The Executive Fast Track. V15.2 - Last updated: 15-11-2019. All names of their owners.