motivation Essay

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One of your managers has an ongoing problem with one of his staff. He has been trying to use behavioural modification to change the staff member’s behaviour of continually interfering with the work of one of her colleagues (whose job she used to do). He has so far tried moving the offender physically away from her colleague, ignoring the interference (along with the colleague) in the hope that it would stop, and rewarding the staff member when she does not interfere. This situation has now been going on for six months, your manager has run out of ideas, and he has asked for your help. What advice would you give from your knowledge of motivation theory? One of your managers has an ongoing problem with one of his staff. He has been trying…show more content…
He has so far tried moving the offender physically away from her colleague, ignoring the interference (along with the colleague) in the hope that it would stop, and rewarding the staff member when she does not interfere. This situation has now been going on for six months, your manager has run out of ideas, and he has asked for your help. What advice would you give from your knowledge of motivation theory?One of your managers has an ongoing problem with one of his staff. He has been trying to use behavioural modification to change the staff member’s behaviour of continually interfering with the work of one of her colleagues (whose job she used to do). He has so far tried moving the offender physically away from her colleague, ignoring the interference (along with the colleague) in the hope that it would stop, and rewarding the staff member when she does not interfere. This situation has now been going on for six months, your manager has run out of ideas, and he has asked for your help. What advice would you give from your knowledge of motivation theory?One of your managers has an ongoing problem with one of his staff. He has been trying to use behavioural modification to change the staff member’s behaviour of continually interfering with the work of one of her colleagues (whose job she used to do). He has so far tried moving the offender
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