Rewards And Motivation

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Register to read the introduction… Lance Matheny MD, MPH, MBA, CPE that is a medical consultant. The survey shows that people feel satisfied with their job not because of money. They asked 104 people to make the survey. As a result, 46 percent responded that improving communication and personal relationship is important. Nine percent stated improving leadership is the point, but only 3 percent said bonus is making high job satisfaction (Matheny & Lance, 2008, pp. 14-15). Bonus and rewards may improve little of job satisfaction. However, as the result of the survey shows, it is not too helpful to give motivation to perform best. It is not a good motivator for …show more content…
24). External motivation involves basic needs just like that of hygiene factors whereas the inner motivation is the same as the motivators in Herzberg’s theory. (Herzberg, 1967). Among these factors, inner motivation is the one that motivates employees to do work without expecting any rewards. Therefore, the job of managers who want to give motivation to people for high performance is to find what creates inner motivation. The authors of the article “Rewards to Motivate (Why it's not the whole story)“ suggest that pride of work, working with good colleagues, sense of growth, and a sense of accomplishment are able to make inner motivation, motivators that effect people to work with willingness (Rewards to Motivate (Why it's not the whole story), 2006, p. 24). Furthermore, recommend to create such an environment that can promote inner motivation. There are five factors, which provide the environment. “Goals” is a sense of what people want to accomplish, vision. “Challenge” is the ability of own improvement. In order to achieve and reach to certain point, people strive to get there though people have not enough ability, yet. While doing it, self-motivation is created. Daniel and Sachau (2007) said “Moderate level of challenge make a task enjoyable”. “Achievement” is a sense of which they are doing is very important. …show more content…
Each person has his or her own opinion on relation between money and the work performance. However, as many experts and researchers have found, money itself is neither a motivator, which encourage people to work, nor the main reason of which people have their job. Moreover, surveys and studies prove that employees make good and high performance not motivated by money. Rather, they pursuit their own sense of purpose and people regards this as more valuable reason of their working. It does not mean that people may work without salary and any rewards. As long as people have enough expenses, money only takes a little part of their motivation factor. Herzberg (1967) said, “Kick n the ass” and Stefan added his opinion to Herzberg’s

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