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Running head: Employee Motivation: Role in Modern Management

Employee Motivation: Role in Modern Management
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Introduction

In this paper which provided by essay writing service we'll write about different types of
motivation, leadership and goal achievement.
Motivations can be said to be the processes which arouses and maintains human behavior
towards meeting some set objectives. It is that psychological process that gives behavior purpose
of direction (Chopra, 2002) In Management, motivation is that inward force that pushes
individuals to achieve personal and organizational goals. This force indoctrinates employees with
a purposeful unity and the importance of maintaining harmonious relationships among them
(
2002). There are different types of motivation, and their objective is to enhance
employees desire to work more for the betterment of the company. This will result to increased
performance output and eventual increase in organizational turnover. In this line, it plays a
pivotal role in organizational management and goal realization.
Therefore, it is mandatory for managers and team leaders to continue improving their
motivational skill for its benefits to be felt within the organization. There is a demonstration from
Research data, which shows that motivated employees produce more than nun motivated ones.
Therefore, it is true to say that motivation has a significant part in modern management. There
are two areas of motivation. The first is extrinsic motivation which is motivation by external
factors like giving rewards among others. The other motivation originates from the persons
desire to succeed in all tasks undertaken, intrinsic motivation (Hiam,2003).
The need to achieve organizational goals has made employees motivation received a
significant attention in modern management practices. It leads to increased output because it
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mp y ’ u n v and ab n i m. D v p d m iva i n m c ani m in ganiza i n
ensures that employees will tend to stay longer in a given firm, again motivated employees leads
to efficiency in the utilization of resources. The goals of a motivated employee are not different
from those of the company this increases their willingness to work and perfect whatever they are
in charge. Management and subordinates have mutual working relationships. When there is
discipline in organization output, which is always the goal significantly. These are all fruits of
organizational motivation undertakings.

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Employee Motivation: Role in Modern Management

T i m iva i n a
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f imp ving mp y ’ kn w dg levels. They
seek to improve their performance at the workplace which makes them undergo personal
development by improving their skills. Such skill expands their horizon, and they are able to see
greater career possibilities and so devotedly work towards attaining them. The theory X
postulated by Macgregor suggests that people naturally dislike working they look at it as a vice
rather than a virtue, and they will always try to do anything to run away from it (Lipman,2013,
May 18). This explains the need to coerce and motivated employees to finish tasks and increase
the productivity of an organization.

Fina y mp y ’ m iva i n p ay a f midab
in day’ manag m n p ac ic .
Managers and their team leaders will always have the responsibility to investigate and know the
need of their workers. This will help in motivation practices. Managers need realize that
numerous reasons in an organization demotivate employees greatly (Evans, 1986). Great
attention must be paid to this issues and what should be to them as positivity in the organization
must be promoted at all costs. However, their removal affects the organization negatively most
of the time; they have a responsibility to know how to strike a balance. This explains why
managers are the chief motivators in the organization. Employees can be motivated by going for
trips, promotion, and satisfying work condition and even in monetary terms.

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References

Chopra, S. (2002). Motivation in management. New Delhi, India: Sarup & Sons.
Evans, M. G. (1986). Organizational behavior: The central role of motivation. Journal of Management,
12, 203-222.
Hiam, A. (2003). Motivational management: Inspiring your people for maximum performance.
NewYork, NY: AMACOM

Lipman, V. (2013, May 18). Ways to motivate and demotivate employees.Motivation gurus,95.
Retrieved from http://www.forbes.com/sites/victorlipman/2013/03/18/5-easy-ways-to-motivateand-demotivate-employees
M. (2002). Successful management by motivation: Balancing intrinsic and extrinsic incetives.
Berlin, Germany: Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg./.
Shields, J. (2001). Managing employee performance and reward. Cambridge, United Kingdom:
Cambridge University Press

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