Employee Motivation

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Employee Motivation
Organisational leaders and performance managers use the term self-efficacy to describe an individuals’ belief in their own ability to successfully complete a task. This task-oriented self-confidence has been directly linked to employee learning, engagement, motivation, and performance. Effective leader...
Change Management
The workplace is where most of us spend the majority of our day. Although the office is a serious place where individuals need to focus and do their job, there is ample evidence that livening up the place will benefit both employees and management. Read the advice below to see how to liven up your [&hell...
Employee Motivation
Ever noticed how we always tend towards branded goods – be it your first pair of Levis or the Apple IMac or IPad. So naturally we also aspire to work for an organisation that has a good reputation in the industry and is a ‘great place to work’. Apart from branding their products and services [&hell...
Employee Motivation
Remaining on-task and productive throughout the course of the work day can be quite a challenge at times. With internet access just a button click away, it can be incredibly tempting to spend the day checking social media websites or perusing the latest in world news. However, there are a few simple tric...
Employee Motivation
Think, Act, Become
November 26, 2013
I did some searching on Google to try and find the origin of this concept but couldn’t find any clear reference to where it came from. If you know then please drop me a line. I have read a number of books that have used the idea and wanted to give you my interpretation. The […]
Employee Motivation
One question we always get asked – How can i be a better manager? This could be either managing yourself or building and developing a team. Here are four ideas for thought to help you become a better manager: Why not print this out and pin it up near your desk?  Click here to download a […...
Employee Motivation
When the police are looking to solve a crime these three questions are absolutely key: Motive – Why was the crime committed? Means – How was the crime carried out? Opportunity – Who had the time and circumstances? When I hear some of the extravagant plans some people make to commit crimes I am stag...