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Principles of Human Motivation
ANTONIO BARRANCO RUIZ, Director, Spain, Premium Member
1. Have a reason. Adults want to see a purpose in what we do. 2. Develop a sense of responsibility. People should be proud of their accomplishments. 3. Employees need to know that we take them into account. Involve them in the task, enrich their work. 4. Give recognition, stimulation and approval. The greatest human need is the need for appreciation. 5. Link rewards to performance. In life and in work, there are values. 6. Provide rewards that are valued. 7. Promote healthy competition to avoid disloyalty. The team spirit must prevail as mutual support. 8. Be accessible. Barriers in communication creates misunderstanding. 9. Welcome people in public and correct them in private. 10. Practice active listening with your team, set up meetings, promote coexistence. 11. A high self-esteem of the head will spread to the others. 12. Consider the internal reasons. 13. Give opportunities by delegating in your team. 14. Let people make mistakes and teach them what is correct: its pa (...) Read more? Sign up for free

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  18. Motivation is a Dynamic Process
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  19. Belonging to a Group
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  On 16: Motivation is an Inside Job
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  On 14: Allow people to Make Mistakes
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  20. Have the Will to Motivate
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  On 17. Treat People as People
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  Human Motivation in Practice
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  On 9: Correcting People in Private
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  21. Tell People Where you are Going
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  22. Recognize the Positive Impact of What we do on Others
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  In Agreement. But Complex
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  17 Principles of Human Motivation
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  23. Communicate your Focus
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  On 5. Link Reward to Performance
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  On 11. Self-esteem and Conduct of Leader
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  24. Encourage Co-operation Amongst Team Members
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  25. Eliminate Demotivators
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  On 25. Eliminating De-motivators
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  26. Provide Reasons to Work Beyond Just Earning Money
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  27. Avoid Discouraging your Team
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  Incentives versus Motivation
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  Incentives versus Motivation
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  Motivating Forum
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  On 17. Treat People as People
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  On 17. In 'Workforce' the Human is First, the Employee Second
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  On 16. People do Things for Their Own Reasons
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  28: First Understand Each Individual Person
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  10 Laws of Human Motivation
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  On Principles of Human Motivation #4: Create a sense of Win-win Achievement
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  29. Give Ongoing Education Opportunities
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  Principles of Human Motivation: #31 Lead by Example
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Hawthorne Effect
Summary
Forum
Advantages and Disadvantages Hawthornes Studies and Experiments
How to Increase the Productivity of Employees?
🔥The Deadtime Effect of Idle Time at Work
Labor Productivity Improvement Approaches
Best Practices
Principles of Human Motivation
🥈The Effect of Motivated Employees on Profitability
🥉Internal and External Motivation
Wanted: Successor of Hawthorne Effect
Barriers to Motivation: 20 Principles of De-motivation
Pygmalion Effect vs. Self-fulfilling Prophecy vs. Hawthorne Effect
Hawthorne Effect: Intellectual Fraud?
HR Movement and Scientific Management
Measuring Per Person Productivity
The Influence of the Work Environment on Employee Motivation
Short and Long Term Motivation and Demotivation
Covey's Motivation Approach
Employee Motivation is a Collective Responsibility!
Staff Motivation apart from giving a good perks and good working conditions?
Motivation in Public versus Private Sector
To Hawthorne or not to Hawthorne?
What is the Flextime Concept? Definitions
Pygmalion, Hawthorne, Self-fulfilling, and Galatea Effects


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