What motivates employees to sell, manage, service or connect with customers the way they do? What prompts an employee’s enthusiastic response—a happy customer, a big sale, a tough problem solved? Why do they differ? How can you place the right people in the right jobs and motivate them to achieve more for the organisation? The answers to these questions could all be based on Workplace Motivators The Workplace Motivators report identifies six different values that motivate an individual to take action.
- Theoretical: A passion to discover systematize and analyze; a search for knowledge.
- Utilitarian: A passion to gain return on investment of time, resources and money.
- Aesthetic: A passion to add balance and harmony in one’s own life and protect our natural resources.
- Social: A passion to eliminate hate and conflict in the world and to assist others.
- Individualistic: A passion to achieve position and to use that position to influence others.
- Traditional: A passion to pursue the higher meaning in life through a defined system of living.
Abstract concepts in themselves, values are principles or standards by which we act. Values are beliefs held so strongly that they affect the behaviour of an individual or an organization. An individual’s experiences, references, education, and training tell us WHAT they can do. A behavioural assessment will tell us HOW they will do it. However, it is not until we know an individual’s values that we will understand WHY they do what they do. With the knowledge of values, we can encourage employees in a way that satisfies their inner drive. We can determine if their position will be rewarding, based on the values they hold.
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