When to Implement Motivational Theory in the Organization?

Motivation is the integral part of every organization and plays an important role in the performance quality. It is directly related to the performance of the team and the output. Motivation doesn’t only affect the quality of life but also plays a major role in strengthening or weakening the bottom line. Every manager or motivator should motivate his employees regardless of their career positions. There are many factors which contribute like behaviour, motivational theories and implementing efficient behaviours to achieve the highest level of motivation. A workforce which is motivated by the managers or employees is the best workforce and competes well in the industry. Such employees who are motivated in a proper manner perform well and produce great results, achieve the said targets and bring ground-breaking and modern ideas.

The main goal of a manager is to study different individual behaviours and determine where improvements can be made to reach the goals effectively and efficiently. Then after determining this, motivational theory can be applied to the required areas. Once the manager applies the theory, the employee feels motivated and strives to achieve the positive results for the betterment of the organization. Motivation is a very important element and help in running the organization successfully. Lack of motivation can be destructive for the organization so motivational theory can help out in this and motivate the employees.

Every person reacts in a different manner in different situations. So that is why it is important to handle every individual with a different perspective to understand their behaviour. Managers should have the ability to provide the best possible ways to improve the motivation of the person. Basically, there are five levels in which an employee is associated with work related behaviours. Let us take a look:

  • First level: In this level, the employee is new in the organization and gets to know about the culture, work behaviour, practices and his group in which he is going to work. And most importantly, he gets to know about his position in the organization.

  • Second level: The next level in the work related behaviour in which the employee has found his exact place or position.

  • Third level: In this, the employee strives to maintain his attendance at work and be there whenever the organization needs him. He must be there both physically and mentally.

  • Fourth level: In the fourth level, the employee performs desired tasks and become efficient and effective in the job and starts contributing for the good future of the company.

  • Fifth level: Last but not the least, this level is the final one. In this, he involves with the higher level management and performs the extra duties which are not a part of his job.

I hope you are now aware of the levels of work behaviours and you can judge where motivation is lacking. As already said motivation plays a major role in the success of any individual or an organization as well. It is the duty of the manager to enact the required motivational theories. You can also take help from Joseph Tramontana who is a best manager and motivator and knows how to effectively implement the motivational theories.

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