More tools from MindTools this morning. For all leadership and management — when you know the motivator of each person in your teams, you can be more effective in team management and results. This article is more today on learning to help you be a better leader — “why we do what we do” and “why we are who we are” 🙂
Excerpt: Managing a group of people with different personalities is never easy. But if you’re managing or leading a team, it’s essential to know what motivates your people, how they respond to feedback and praise, and what tasks fit them well.
David McClelland’s Human Motivation Theory gives you a way of identifying people’s motivating drivers. This can then help you to give praise and feedback effectively, assign them suitable tasks, and keep them motivated.
Read full article via McClelland’s Human Motivation Theory – Team Management Training from MindTools.com.