The Fifty-Fifty Rule and the Eight Key Principles of Motivating Others

Auteur: Adair, John
Editeur: Kogan Page
Publication: 2007
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ISBN: 978-0-7494-4798-4
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Renowned expert John Adair discusses what motivates people and the importance of leadership. He looks at ideas in this area and proposes his own theory of motivation.

What motivates people is an important consideration for captains of industry, commerce and the public sector – in fact anyone who works with other people – since people are central to the success of organizations.

Leadership and Motivation explores the subject in depth. Leadership guru John Adair reassesses the theories of Herzberg and Maslow – still the major contributors to our understanding of motivation – in the context of Action-Centred Leadership – the concept pioneered and developed by the author.

Central to the book are the Fifty-Fifty Rule and the Eight Key Principles of Motivating Others. With the Fifty-Fifty Rule, Adair states that half of a person’s motivation comes from within and half is due to their environment – especially the leadership they encounter there. His Eight Key Principles of Motivating Others are: 1. Be self-motivated; 2. Select people who are also self-motivated; 3. Treat everyone as an individual; 4. Set challenging yet realistic targets; 5. Remember that progress motivates; 6. Create a motivating environment; 7. Provide fair rewards; 8. Give recognition.
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