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Chapter 17. Six Common Human-Relations M... > Failure to Provide Your Own Motivati...

Failure to Provide Your Own Motivation

The modern approach by management to provide the best possible working environment—and then give employees the freedom to motivate themselves in their own way—often leaves a few individuals on the sidelines unmotivated. It is a human-relations mistake to allow yourself to fall into this category.

New employees are expected to possess sufficient self-confidence to engage in the normal work process without always having to be nudged by others; experienced workers are expected to stay alert and productive without special counseling by their supervisors. Those who stand or sit around while co-workers are busily involved in productivity set themselves apart and, in so doing, injure their relationships with both supervisors and fellow employees.


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