How To Motivate Your Team; Put Frederick Herzberg Theory Into Practice
Using Frederick Herzberg theory is a simple, structured way to motivate your team and increase job satisfaction. By considering Herzberg's two factor theory, you can work out what dis-satisfies your team, what motivates them and most importantly, what you can do to increase job satisfaction.
Herzberg, an American behavioural scientist, observed that people
could get very dissatisfied about with problems about; salary, job
security, supervisor behaviour and company policy. However, if these
issues were resolved, it did not guarantee job satisfaction. Herzberg
identified job satisfaction was a result of different factors such
as achievement, recognition and growth.
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