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Role Of Administrative Leadership In Influencing Employee Motivation

Journal: International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research (Vol.3, No. 12)

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Page : 282-286

Keywords : Index Terms Motivation; Job Satisfaction; drive; employee engagement; career management; professional success; economic man.;

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Abstract Drive engagement and passion are more important than ones talent for professional success. This is how David Maister sees the idea of professionalism. In his article Are You Having Fun Yet Maister 2007 the author practically worships the idea of importance of loving what you do instead of forcing yourself to do it. He also finds the difference between the job and career. This is to David Maisters opinion the starting point for changing tiresome and exhaustion from work into satisfaction. Nowadays we live in the globalized world of information and technology where the competition is intense and there is an ever-growing pressure on organizations and workforces to deliver continuous improvement in products systems and processes. In this constantly demanding world it is really questionable whether a persistent employee motivation is possible at all and whether one may ever enjoy what he is doing. More intriguing part is that employee motivation does not directly relate to any single aspect of the job viz. job type income position or industry. Highly paid lawyers and investment bankers seem to be no happier than dustmen or orderlies. As the job satisfaction numbers are in consistent decline during the past two decades Gibbons 2010 employers in todays world are facing a clear and present issue what can the administrative leadership do to keep employees motivated engaged and happy.

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