Creating a project plan in a business takes many different components including, but not limited to, creating teams, motivating, assessing team and individual satisfaction, as well as evaluating the performance of the team and the members as individuals. The team is created and driven by a common goal and must work together in a cohesive manner to have a successful outcome. The purpose of this paper is to prepare a plan that would be applied in a business setting and would increase employee motivation, satisfaction, and performance. A summary of differences in attitudes, emotions, personalities, and values among individuals will be discussed and how behaviors are influenced. Creating an effective team to produce a successful outcome will be the goal of this plan.
Motivation, Satisfaction, and Performance
Motivation, satisfaction, and performance evaluation are the three main factors in creating an effective group to produce successful outcomes. If one of these facets is missing in the equation, negative outcomes may occur. These three components work together, without one the other is affected. There may be little to no employee satisfaction is the motivation is missing, or there may be no motivation if the employee is not satisfied. Without motivation and satisfaction the performance of an individual or team will suffer. Offering job enrichment by providing ongoing feedback to individuals and the group as a whole will assist in increased employee satisfaction as well as support motivation.
Motivation is defined as, “the process that account for an individual’s intensity, direction, and persistence of effort in attaining a goal” (Robbins & Judge, 2011, Chapter 7). Motivation of the team as well as the individuals should include positive feedback, support for the employees, adequate resources, and satisfying the employees needs to name a few. Part of this plan involves the leader to be inspirational to the team. With inspiration comes...