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Comparing Motivation and Empowerment
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Donal Mahan |
The two terms motivation and empowerment is a universal concept is hoped to work to get a prefect organization. They both don’t come from giving rewards to their workers but they recognition, responsibility and advancement. The leaders who are effective motivating and empowerment their staff to acquired a nice achievement this can increase efficiency and self progress of their skills and abilities. The purpose of this paper is to compare the motivation and empowerment; I will try and explain the components of empowerment, and analyze the implications of empowerment and the delegation in a criminal justice organization.
Motivation and empowerment are two terms that are very important in just about every workplace. Normally when motivation is spoken people would think it is what an employer give their workers, but unfortunately motivation in the workplace go way pass that. When motivating your workers it gives them the will to do more work and does it better. Motivation is both external an internal, this can power people to become more committed to a task, role, or try to reach their goal. The empowerment is management practice and it allow the sharing of info, power, and also rewards with their workers so that they can take initiative, and can make some decisions to help solve some problems, and help themselves and others while enhancing their performance.
Motivation can be define as the process that initiates, guides and can maintain a good goal-oriented behavior. Motivation can cause you to act; whether it is going to get something to drink it would reduce the thirst or reading a book to possible gain knowledge. It could involve the biological, an emotional, social and cognitive force that activate behavior. In people everyday use motivation is used to describe why people do certain things. This is an example you have a person trying...