Sangjulie
Manager - Hr
Radhavish
Hr Manager
Kenur
Branch Manager
McGill
Supervisor
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hi friends,
i've just joined and this is my 1st post. i have been assigned to be new 'Branch Manager' to replace 'non-achievement budget manager'. before starting to run in the coy i would like to now how my employees' (total 32 people) motivation since i notify in glimpse that there isn't any motivation -especially sales staff- for which i decided to review fm this point.
would you pls supply me with the questionnaire that i could use as parameter on how actually my employees' motivation againts their current position.
thank you!
8) rudi

From Indonesia
Hi Rudi,
Welcome to the forum.
I am attaching herewith the posts, earlier posted by our friends, and an attachment on Empowerment Motivation posted by Mr. Adnan.
Hope you find it useful.
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There is a book by name of Training methods in HRD & OD by Dr. UDAI Pareek. It has different instruments for survey of motivation.
First, you need to know , what actually motivates employee, whether intrinsic or extrinsic motivators. then, u also need to know motivation behavior. & finally motivation style.
I hope, u can very easily finish off ur project, if u refer the book i have mentioned.
Ekta
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Regards
Julie

From India, Hyderabad

Attached Files
File Type: pdf empowerment_motivation_questionnaire_429.pdf (35.2 KB, 3596 views)

hi Jullie, thank you very much for yr attachment but somehow it can’t be unfortunately opened. would you pls resending in exel or word format or other then pdf one. rgds/rudi
From Indonesia
download adope reader and view it. Its a pdf file u may want to check out the reader (adobe acrobat reader)

Hi,
Any chance you could email me a copy of the Motivation Questionnaire. I am doing a project on Motivation and want to submit a questionanniare to staff and think you might be able to get me on the right road.
Thanks.
S


hi Gabriel.Shashidhar,
did u get a questionnaire on employee motivation?...if possible can u mail it to me also coz i'm doing my summer project on work motivation. i'l be garteful to u if u do so as soon as possible.
sabina


HI Rudi,
In order to motivate your employees(Team Mates) you will have to first talk to eachone and find out their likes and dislikes and also you must try to increase your comfort level with them,once they are comfortable talking with you,then you can understand what is that your team members requires and what is disturbing once, once you know this them you should try to help your team with their problems and also tell them to focus on the future and to make the present as beautiful as you can.As you being the Leader, A team is motivated by the effort put in by the leader.Unless a Leader does'nt show any spirit and effort so will the team.
Hope this helps
Wishing you lots of luck
John

From United States, New York
I haven't any questionaire but this is instructions to Make an Employee Motivation Questionnaire. Hope that it's useful for you.

1. Open a blank document in the word processing software of your choice. Decide how you want to quantify the data you will be getting from the employees. Consider using multiple-choice answers or a ranking system of 1 to 10 in which 1 is bad and 10 is the best. The way you choose to measure the data will determine your wording of the questions.

2. Make two subheadings. Label one "Current" and the second one "Future." You will not be distributing the questionnaire with these two subheadings. These are simply categories you will be separating your questions into.

3. Make a list of 15 to 20 questions under the subheading of "Current" that inquire about how the employee feels about their work tasks, the authority given to them by management, and what they prefer for rewards--cash, public recognition or extra time off. Do the same under the subheading "Future" but gear those questions more toward what changes they would like to see in their job duties and should include questions about personal development, training and personal goals. Example questions could include "How satisfied are you with the feedback your manager gives to you about your job duties?" or "Out of the following options, which would you rather receive for job recognition?" You want to have 30 to 40 questions total.

4. Deploy the questionnaire to a test group of subjects via either paper or web-based application to ensure your questions are understood by employees. Ask for feedback to make sure questions are clear and don't seem too biased.

5.Deploy the questionnaires and give the employees a one-week period to complete the questionnaire. Calculate the results of your findings.

Sucess to you.

From Vietnam, Bac Ninh
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