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Motivation

Motivation

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- Motivation is the important thing in the organization tomotivate the employees from different. Motivation and rewarding employees isthe one of the most important, and one of the most challenging, activities that manager do. Motivation is thing to understand that what motives eachemployee personally may have little or no effect on other.
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his gives us a greater sense of control. Whenexplaining behaviour, it can affect the standing of people within a group.Motivation refers to the process by which a persons effort or energized directed and sustained toward attending the goal. In the simple languagemotivation involves any effort extend toward the goal.
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(A):-Energy(B):-Direction(C) Perception
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The energy element is a measure of intensity or drive. Energy is theimportant thing for work. A motivation person puts forth effort and work hard.
 
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 From the key of motivation very important key is the direction. If a employee has directed in a right way then he try to puts effort very well inthe organization. Employees are like to attend the goal.
 
 
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Skills are important to amanager for motivate the employees. Skills or competencies they need to achievethe goal. According to Robert Katz there are three types of management skill.(1):- Technical skill (2):- Human skill (3):- Conceptual skill 
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Technical skill is used by the senior employees. Technical  skill encompasses the ability to apply specialized knowledge or expexpertise.
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The mental ability to analyze and diagnose complex situation. These task required conceptual skill. This skill is used in decisionmaking, for instance, requires managers to identify problems.
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Maslow saw humanneeds in the form of a hierarchy, ascending from the lowest to the highest, and he concluded that when one set of needs is satisfied, this kind of need ceases tobe a motivator. One of the most widely mentioned theories of motivation is thehierarchy of needs theory put forth by psychologist Abraham Maslow.
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