“TOPIC”

“EMPLOYEE MOTIVATION AND JOB PERFORMANCE”

Group Members
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HARRIS ANWAR SALMAN MEHBOOB JAWAD SARWAR UMAIR BABAR MIRZA

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Variables

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Independent variable

Dependant variable

“Motivation” performance”

“Job

DEFINING MOTIVATION

Introduction

MOTIVATION IS…. Ø “Anything that provides direction, intensity, and persistence to behavior.” Ø Ø “A willingness to exert effort toward achieving a goal” Ø Ø “A necessary but insufficient condition for effective performance.” Ø Ø “Not the same as job satisfaction”

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DEFINING PERFORMANCE PERFORMANCE IS….
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Introduction

“Concerned with those behaviors which are directed toward the organization’s goals, products, or services.” “The act of performing; or doing something successfully”

WHY MOTIVATION MATTERS
Ø Supervisors get things done through employees and therefore need to know what motivates them

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Ø Motivation influences productivity

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Ø We ultimately do not motivate others, we create the conditions where they motivate themselves

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Ø “You can lead a horse to water….”

Objectives of the study
Ø Is motivation a good tool for the good performance of the workforce Ø Ø To find out the relation between motivation and performance of the employees Ø Ø Up to what extent motivation affects job performance Ø Ø Can motivated employees be helpful in achieving organizational objectives

Significance of the study

Ø To analyze the importance of motivation for better job performance of the workforce. Ø Ø A happy workforce means a successful business. Ø Ø The present is the era of competition therefore every business strives to have an effective and efficient workforce in order to excel. Ø Ø This is only possible if your workforce is sincere with the organization and working whole

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