Organizational Behavior : Motivation, Values, Relationships, And Individual Goals

1789 Words Oct 8th, 2014 8 Pages
Throughout the decades, organizational Behaviour has played a very important role in the organization’s success. It is a diagnostic study that focuses on teams, motivation, values, relationships and individual goals. As society has been rapidly changing, organizations have had to adapt its own culture for its survival. I believe understanding organizational behaviour has helped a lot of companies to stay successful in their respective market and helped them to evolve the way they approach and treat their employees. As an organization, realizing the employees are integral to the success of the company as well as communicating the success they achieved will help the organization to build employee’s motivation, and loyalty which have a …show more content…
As long as managers understand how important open communication, supporting employee’s independence, setting clear expectations, encouraging failure and providing feedback, I strongly believe any managers can empower their employees which will bring the success both individually and organizationally. I also strongly believe empowering the employees will enhance employee’s sense of self-sufficiency, happiness and motivation (Waytz ). Furthermore, the organizations can improve productivity through this motivation by creating an environment of accomplishment and inclusiveness, in addition to that, it can increase productivity through better decision making by identifying the problems. (Kleiman)
First of all, any managers can empower their direct reports through having an open communication (Daum). This is a start point of building the relationship and trust. Having authentic and honest two-way conversations will provide the employee with feel of inclusiveness, and value. This definitely enhances the sense of belonging and importance in the work place. The open communication should be used to interrogate the reality of different views, provoke the learning of different perspectives, tackling touch challenges and enriching relationships. (Scott 39) In this way, the managers can truly understand their employee’s feelings, values, motivation, expectation and knowledge. Managers should encourage employees to participate in conversation and actively
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