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    Performance Problems in the Workplace

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    Tapping into motivation requires preparedness, understanding, sound listening skills, and a supportive work climate.

    What techniques can a leader use when they determined someone who is having performance problems is lacking the necessary motivation to get the job done?

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    Understanding what motivates people is of utmost importance for a leader who wants to use the best techniques to motivate employee. Alfred Adler the Austrian psychologist focused on helping people to realize the satisfaction involved in achieving superiority and competence in areas in which they had some aptitude. The motivation to do so is strictly personal and individual. Adler's entire system was based on the satisfactions to be derived from achieving a modicum of superiority. The incentive approach is one technique to motivate an employee. The incentive approach views competence as a basic motivation activated by people's wish to avoid ...

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    Understanding what motivates people is of utmost importance for a leader who wants to use the best techniques to motivate employee. The solution discusses this further.

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