MOTIVATION,LEADERSHIP AND CONTROL..

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1. PSYCHOLOGICAL CONTRACT

1.1. Organization's Inducements

1.2. Human Relations

1.3. Employee's Contributions

2. Motivation - Forces affecting people's behavior

3. THE IMPORTENCE OF SATISFACTION &MORALE IN WORKPLACE..

3.1. Job satisfaction

3.2. Morale

3.3. Turnover

4. SATISFIED EMPLOYEES ARE MORE PRODUCTIVE AND MORE COMMITTED

4.1. Job satisfaction

4.2. High morale

4.3. Low turnover

5. High Priorities For Today's workforce.

5.1. Family Orientation

5.2. Sense of community

5.3. Quality of life issues

5.4. Volunteerism

5.5. Autonomy

5.6. Flexibility & Nonconformity

6. MOTIVATION IN THE WORKPLACE

6.1. The models of employee motivation theories : 1) Classical Theory / scientific management 2)Behavior Theory 3) Contemporary motivational theories

7. STRATEGIES FOR ENHANCING JOB SATISFACTION AND MORALE ..

7.1. Reinforcement/behavior modification

7.2. Management by objectives

7.3. Participative management and empowerment

7.4. Job enrichment and job redesign

7.5. Modified work schedules

8. MANAGERIAL STYLES AND LEADERSHIP

8.1. Autocratic Style

8.2. Democratic Style

8.3. Free rein style

9. 21st Century Leadership/management

9.1. Motivation

9.1.1. Money no longer prime

9.1.2. Different desires at work

9.1.3. Varying lifestyle reflect varying

9.1.4. Goals of employee

9.2. Leadership

9.2.1. Flatter organizations

10. WHAT IS CONTROLLING

10.1. Controlling is the process of measuring perfomance and taking action to ensure desired result.

10.1.1. IMPORTANCE OF CONTROLLING

10.1.1.1. It facilitates co-ordination

10.1.1.1.1. Control system provide managers with information and feedback

10.1.1.2. It helps in planning

10.1.1.2.1. Controls let managers know whether their goals and plans are on target

10.1.1.3. Protecting the workplace

10.1.1.3.1. Controls enhance physical security and help minimize workplace disruptions.

11. THE PLANNING CONTROLLING LINK

11.1. PLANNING

11.1.1. Goals

11.1.2. objectives

11.1.3. strategies

11.1.4. plans

11.2. ORGANIZING

11.2.1. Structure

11.2.2. HR management

11.3. CONTROLLING

11.3.1. Standards

11.3.2. Measurements

11.3.3. Comparison

11.3.4. Actions

11.4. LEADING

11.4.1. Motivation

11.4.2. Leadership

11.4.3. Communication

11.4.4. Individual and group behavior

12. PROCESS OF CONTROLLING

12.1. Step 1 : Establishing standars

12.1.1. Establish performance objectives abd standards

12.2. Step 2 :Measuring performance

12.2.1. Measure actual performance

12.3. Step 3 : Compare actual perfomance with objectives and standards

12.3.1. Compare actual performance with objectives and standards

12.4. Step 4 : Take neccessary action

12.4.1. Take neccessaryaction

12.5. Measuring : How and what we measure

12.5.1. Sources of information (How)

12.5.1.1. Personal observation

12.5.1.2. Statistical reports

12.5.1.3. Oral reports

12.5.1.4. Written reports

12.5.1.5. What control criteria ?

12.5.1.5.1. Employees

12.5.1.5.2. Financial

13. Three Types of Control

13.1. Work input

13.1.1. Work Throughputs

13.1.1.1. Work Outputs