Showing posts from September, 2012

Motivation - Popping a pill for getting the job done

Motivation at work is centered on the following:
Creating a motivating environment ·Supporting performance. ·Creating the right conditions. ·Creating a high-performance culture. ·Recruiting the right people. ·Measuring motivation.
Motivation is the will to do something that comes from within, which is itself is a challenge for the leadership & the management for what remains unknown is the trigger to motivation for individuals, groups and teams. Motivation is less of enthusiasm and more about ‘directing’ people’s efforts. Setting goals for individuals and extending support in the accomplishment is essential for the organisational success.
Motivated individuals and working groups also require opportunity & ability to boost their performance. Opportunity covers the aspects of tools and resources and the space to do the job well without restrictions. A few questions for the manager to assess the opportunity and the ability interface for their working groups and teams to adjudge …

Will the net appear, if I take a plunge? Preposterous Banter of a Start-up Business

What makes or mars a well laid out platter of food at the restaurant is the aroma that makes you either to salivate at the sight of the food or just sniff at the compromise called a cuisine. The fate of the food gets promptly written either in the dismissal of a revisit or succumbing to eternally patronising the place.
The same holds true, when it comes to converting a start-up to a full-fledged conglomerate.

Adversity fetches frowns across the temple, while the high priest in a self-starter gets lost in the plurality of purpose to live the day that is today. Books on attitude, Heroic biographies, Famous quotes and the Facebook share-it’s wryly looks at the plight masked in nonchalance, for there seems to be no way out!

I had read of the plagues that confront decision making and then have come to terms in learning about these dreadful aspects that copiously silhouette the underlying of a success as an outcome to decision making. The first being the lack of fortifying the end object…