CHAPTER 3:

Motivating Employees to Achieve the Organization’s Goals

The world is a very ambiguous place. There are many aspects of our professional and personal lives that are confusing. We are often bombarded with many confusing rules, laws, and regulations with no explanations given. This should not happen in the work place. Managers should provide clarity and direction.

An employee’s understanding the purpose of what they do relates to the hygiene and the motivating factors mentioned in Chapter 2. It is the manager’s role to make sure that employees are well informed and clear on the purpose of their work, the team’s work, and the company’s work. When employees know why they are doing the work, they are much more motivated and satisfied with ...

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