Case Study: Motivation - Indian Cricket Team
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Case Study: Motivation - Indian Cricket Team

ShabbarSuterwala Started The Discussion:

Dear Friends,

Lets take up a Case Study on Learning Motivation:

"The Indian Cricket Team"

Lets take this up as a case and understand Motivation.

What is it, that will motivate the Indian Cricket Team to Win or at least perform to a professional level?

Inviting views from members of the group solely for the purpose of learning and whose knows one of the tips may be picked up by our team and may get Motivated :wink: to perform.

Regards
Shabbar Suterwala
Corporate Soft Skills Trainer

SIL - Member Since: Oct 2006
Each and every one should undergo law of average. what is required at that time is to motivate them and not to send them out of the team. Now every member of the team (Sr or Jr) should be undergoing such syndrome.

Like what is irfan (he is having fear whether he will be in or out,) is undergoing see how zaheer is performing (he is back in the team)

All the members should be given fair treatment.

In INDIA, Ponting during Ind Vs Aus test series scored 0, 1, 2 in most of the matches.Was he removed from the series.

ShabbarSuterwala - Member Since: Sep 2006
Hi SIL, Thanks for the input. So you are say "FEAR" should not be used as Motivation or should I say "FEAR" would end up into Negative Motivation..?

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