Motivating to Perform in the Workplace Super Series.Material type: TextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Institute of Learning & Management Super Series: Publisher: Hoboken : Taylor and Francis, 2012Edition: 5th ed.Description: 1 online resource (159 p.).ISBN: 9780080914602.Subject(s): Communication in management | Employee motivation | Goal setting in personnel management | Supervision of employeesGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Motivating to Perform in the Workplace Super SeriesDDC classification: 658.314 LOC classification: HF5549.5 .M63Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
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Cover; Motivating to Perform in the Workplace; Copyright; Contents; Series preface; Unit specification; Workbook introduction; 1. ILM Super Series study links; 2. Links to ILM qualifications; 3. Links to S/NVQs in management; 4. Workbook objectives; 5. Activity planner; Session A: The aims and objectives of appraisal; 1. Introduction; 2. Defining performance appraisal; 3. The benefits of performance appraisal; 4. Resistance to performance appraisal; 5. The purpose of performance appraisal; 6. Aims and objectives of performance appraisal; 7. Summary; Session B: The appraisal process
1. Introduction2. Planning and preparation; 3. Assessing performance; 4. Before the interview; 5. At the start of the appraisal interview; 6. During the interview; 7. Agreeing future performance; 8. After the interview; 9. Summary; Session C: Assessment reports and records; 1. Introduction; 2. Recording systems; 3. Who should have access to appraisal records?; 4. Summary; Session D: What is motivation?; 1. Introduction; 2. Definitions; 3. Values and attitudes; 4. The right atmosphere; 5. Clear objectives; 6. Summary; Session E: Understanding behaviour at work; 1. Introduction
2. Maslow: needs theory3. McGregor: Theory X and Theory Y; 4. Herzberg: the two-factor theory; 5. Hackman and Oldham: internal motivation; 6. Summary; Session F: Giving and receiving feedback; 1. Introduction; 2. The role of feedback in communication; 3. Giving feedback to improve performance; 4. Feedback in less formal situations; 5. Receiving feedback; 6. Summary; Performance checks; 1. Quick quiz; 2. Workbook assessment; 3. Work-based assignment; Reflect and review; 1. Reflect and review; 2. Action plan; 3. Extensions; 4. Answers to self-assessment questions; 5. Answers to activities
6. Answers to the quick quiz7. Certificate
Super series are a set of workbooks to accompany the flexible learning programme specifically designed and developed by the Institute of Leadership & Management (ILM) to support their Level 3 Certificate in First Line Management. The learning content is also closely aligned to the Level 3 S/NVQ in Management.The series consists of 34 workbooks. Each book will map on to a course unit (34 books/units).
Description based upon print version of record.