motivation management

“An old statesman from Lu asked Confucius; How can I make people serious and loyal so that they work with enthusiasm?
Confucius said: “When you preside over them, keep your dignity so they’re serious. Be fatherly and kind so that they will be faithful. Encourage the good and teach the novice so that they will be enthusiastic.”

Confucius

Motivation, in short, means motivating people to work, activating and encouraging the individual to work. Motivation management, on the other hand, means various tools (money, training, appreciation, rewarding, success, etc.) for the employees in the organization to do their work more willingly and willingly, to take action and motivate them.
All of the definitions generally focus on the internal psychological and external economic tools that motivate the individual, shape their behavior and ensure the continuity of the behavior.
According to these definitions, motivation has three basic features.

 Encouraging
 Continuing the movement,
 His actions and behaviors are directed in a positive direction.

THE IMPORTANCE OF MOTIVATION
Technological developments, achievements in the world of communication and especially the economic level of people have improved their life levels. Accordingly, while only basic physiological needs motivated them before, different needs structures have emerged in recent years. Therefore, motivation is one of the most important aspects of management psychology in recent years. has been one of the subjects.

Stages of motivation management process:

Planning
* Establishing the business mission, vision and business culture
*Determining business objectives
* Business analysis
*Determination of personnel selection techniques.

Application
* Recruitment of personnel suitable for the mission, vision culture and purposes of the enterprise, in line with the job analysis, by personnel selection methods and determining these methods together with the human resources department.
* Determining the motivation tools suitable for the business, the job and the personnel through surveys, observation and interviews
* Implementation of determined motivation tools.

Audit
*Measuring staff motivation and job satisfaction with observation, interview and questionnaire.

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