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MORE .TEAM WORK ± THE ESSENCE OF WORKPLACE PRODUCTIVITY T.EVERYONE A ²ACHIEVES M.TOGETHER E.

Significance Of Teamwork At The Workplace SHARING WORKLOAD LEARNING OPPORTUNITIES A HEALTHY COMPETITION JOB SATISFACTION .

5 C¶s OF TEAM WORK CREATIVE INNOVATION COMMUNICATION CONSEQUENCES COMMITMENT CLEAR EXPECTATIONS .

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sales grew to 84%. the first name of their store. and Gordon Bowker STAR BUCKS-1971. Jerry Baldwin. Zev Siegl. . Starbucks has developed from 17 stores to 5.688 spreading over 30 countries. In 1991.STAR BUCKS COMPANY Starbucks began by three friends.

TEAM WORK IN STAR BUCKS The strategies to keep well relationship Organize meetings Develop a participatory style: Explain the rules Establish time commitments .

UNITED WE STAND««. DIVIDED WE FALL«« .

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.  A state of mind that moves us to action.DEFINITION OF MOTIVATION  MOTIVATION : The driving force within individuals by which they attempt to achieve some goals in order to fulfill some needs or expectations.

COMPLEX PSYCHOLOGICAL PHYSICAL UNIQUE TO EACH AND EVERY PERSON CONTEXT SENSITIVE .MOTIVATION IS««...

directed and sustained towards attaining the goals.Exerting efforts to achieve goals.  Energy :.MOTIVATION AS A PROCESS It¶s a process by which a person¶s efforts are energized.  Persistence :. Motivation works best when individuals needs are compatible with organizational goals.Towards organizational goals.  Direction :.A measure of intensity or drive. .

SIX C¶S OF MOTIVATION Challenges Control Choices Consequences Constructing meeting Collaboration .

Example: Expectancy theory.GROUPS OF MOTIVATION THEORY :Internal:Suggest that variables within the individual give rise to motivation and behavior. Example : Maslow's hierarchy of needs theory. Example : Two-factory theory. Externals:Focus on environmental elements to explain behavior. . Process:Emphasize the nature of the interaction between the individual and the environment.

Theory X ± a set of assumptions of how to manage individuals motivated by lower order needs. Physiological .MOTIVATION THEORIES X & Y SA Esteem Social Safety & security Theory Y ± A set of assumptions of how to manage individuals motivated by higher order needs.

Good wages. Feeling of being in on things. . Job security. Sympathetic help with personal problems.MOTIVATING FACTORS Full appreciation of work done.

MOTIVATION AT STARBUCKS Equal treatment Listen to employees Good welfare measures Organize activities outside work Fit Body. Fit Mind Volunteering Go Google-y Have a flexible rewards package .

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