SuperMotivation: A Blueprint for Energizing Your Organization from Top to Bottom
AMACOM, 1995 - 214 Seiten
Instead of focusing on how individual managers can motivate individual employees, SuperMotivation shows you how to "motivationally transform" an entire organization. Based on the author's firsthand experience with a variety of companies and thousands of interviews, SuperMotivation takes a fresh approach to an age-old dilemma. It shows you how to eliminate "demotivators" - daily irritations such as politics, unnecessary rules, unproductive meetings, hypocrisy, rewarding mediocrity - that can negate the positive impact of your organization's efforts; add long-term "motivators" - rewards such as variety, choice, input, and teamwork - that are most effective with the "new breed" of employee, who craves independence, stimulation, and challenge; weave the principles of motivation into your company's systems - planning, production, communication, training, evaluation, and reward - to achieve long-term high motivation; and create a working environment that encourages employees to be self-motivated, the key to successfully energizing your organization from top to bottom!
Each chapter is full of immediately applicable techniques that any organization can use to "maximize the bang for its motivational bucks." You'll find hundreds of practical suggestions for motivationally transforming jobs, teams, meetings, suggestion systems, training, performance appraisals, compensation, benefits, and much more.
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