A Plan for Positive Behavios

Creating Positive Behavior In The Workplace
Rasaunda Davis
February 14, 2011

In this paper the subject to discuss is how attitudes, personality, emotions, motivation, job satisfaction and performance correlates with an organization overall productivity and how they can enhance each situation to improve the organizations outcomes.
Organizations that focus on the team and what makes the team works has an effective collaboration among team members. It can be a huge challenge when an organization is aiming to collaborating multiple personalities, emotions, attitudes and values into one system, and maintain motivation, satisfaction and performance within the organization. An organization should outline how to obtain such a system in place and focus on what will work for the organization and the team.
Motivation is “the processes account for an individual’s intensity, direction, and persistence of effort toward attaining a goal” (Judge & Robbins 2007, p. 187).   An organization needs to focus on how to motivate an individual goal to a team goal. First step is to discover what motivates the team to work together and attain a common goal. The organization should offer rewards and purposeful goals. The rewards will give the team the ‘intensity’ to work hard, which will be the ‘direction’ that will be beneficial to the organization, and maintain ‘persistence’ in the team setting.   Most individuals like the reward system whether it is money, career gain or recognition of all their hard work.
“Motivated individuals stay with a task long enough to achieve their goal” (Judge & Robbins 2007, p. 187). A genuine task for any organization is how to get the team to stay motivated after the task has been completed.   Creating an environment that employees consider important to them is a key factor (Nelson 2003).   Individuals like to seek out opportunities that will increase their skills in the organization and choose their...