What can you do as a manager to increase the likehihood that your employees will exert a high level effort?

What can you do as a manager to increase the likehihood that your employees will exert a high level effort

Asked By: K C - 12/27/2007
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George Erdman, the president of EREN Corp., -- -- and one of his associates have developed the model . George is an interesting guy who... More
Answered By: sb - 12/27/2007
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turn the office into a sweat shop and make sure they cant leave or go to the bathroom.
Answered By: jwintim - 12/27/2007
give everyone a snickers bar (satisfying)
Answered By: skinnyboiga21 - 12/27/2007
Offer some sort of reward. It doesn't have to be money or prizes, but just something to work for.
Answered By: Ryan - 12/27/2007
When confronting a decision that affects their areas of expertise... listen to them and make sure they know you are listening... More
Answered By: Archer Christifori - 12/27/2007
Keep your team in the information loop. Include them as much as possible in decision-making, goal-setting and reward-choosing. When employees feel valued, pride in their work and pride in the team increases. This a a key to driving performance! Best regards to you!
Answered By: thats_not_fair - 12/27/2007
increase thier salaries and perks and make 5 days a week working. levels will automatically work and work can be extracted in lot. but at the same time those 5 days r to be monitered.
Answered By: venky777 - 12/27/2007
I would suggest you to employ the famous Taylor's principles of management. Taylor is perhaps the most famous manager world has ever produced. His principles are based on science and have the following implications... More
Answered By: Literature Lover - 12/28/2007
It is a very simple thing... More
Answered By: surez - 12/28/2007
Dear Friend, as a manager i can use the CARROTS AND STICKS APPROACH to co-relate the goals of my organization and the efforts my employees can put in. As per the CARROTS and STICKS APPROACH, i should give proper motivation to my employees and take all reasonable steps to discourage all behaviour which can impact their... More
Answered By: SHAHAZAD SHAIKH - 12/29/2007
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