MOTIVATION

WHAT IS MOTIVATION
• INNER POWER OR ENERGY • COMMUNICATING TO INTERNAL FORCE • STRENGTHENS THE AMBITION • MENTAL PROCESS

TYPES
• POSITIVE • NEGATIVE

IMPORTANCE
• TO ACHIEVE GOALS • FACE CHALLENGES • INCREASE PRODUCTIVITY • MAXIMISE POTENTIAL

IN ORGANIZATIONS
• • • • WORK EFFICIENTLY EFFECT OUTPUT OF BUSINESS INNOVATIVE IDEAS JOB SATISFACTION

HOW TO INCREASE MOTIVATION
• • • • EMPLOYEE APPRAISAL ART OF DELEGATION FINANCIAL INCENTIVES NON-FINANCIAL INCENTIVES

LACK OF MOTIVATION

REASONS
• LACK OF FAITH IN ONE’S ABILITY • FEAR OF FAILURE DUE TO PAST EXPERIENCE • UNAWARENESS • LACK OF ENOUGH INTEREST • STRESS • LACK OF TIME

RESULT
• • • • • • LACK OF EFFICIENCY LACK OF ENTHUSIASM LOW SELF ESTEEM HABIT OF PROCRASTINATION LETHARZINESS ABSENCE OF STIMULIZERS

SELF MOTIVATION
• BUILD UPON STRENTH AND WEAKNESSES WILL GRADUALLY TAKE CARE OF THEMSELVES. JOYCE C. LOCK

IMPORTANCE
• TO PLAN AND FIND DIRECTION IN LIFE • TO TAKE UP NEW ACTIVITY OR CHALLENGE • TO BE ENTHUSIASTIC ABOUT LIFE • TO HAVE COURAGE

HOW TO BE SELF MOTIVATED
• • • • • • FOCUS ON WHAT YOU REALLY ENJOY REVIEW ALL THE SUCCESS READ INSPIRING BOOKS HAVE POSITIVE PEOPLE AROUND OVERCOME THREATS DESIRE WHAT YOU WHAT

7 RULES OF MOTIVATION
• • • • • • • Set major goal ,but follow a path Finish what a start Socialize with others of similar interest Learn how to learn Harmonize natural talent with interest Increase knowledge of subject Take risk

THANK YOU
EFFORT BY MAHENDRA CHOUDHARY