THE GOAL IS TO CHANGE LIVES FOR SHERRI NOURSE AND HER BRAND MOTIVATIONMAFIA:
Changing lives on a daily basis is what Sherri Nourse is doing with her personal brand @motivationmafia on Instagram. Daily doses of positive motivation for entrepreneurs with fuel for those starting, planning and creating new streams of income. She has interviews with powerful people in the marketing, branding, entrepreneurial spaces that help her followers to learn from her and her team how to make business better and stronger or how to start your business and succeed. She and her fellow team talk openly about the struggles of startup businesses and how to overcome the tough times. Make sure you check out @motivationmafia and her how Sherri Nourse is changing the face of social media with a blast of positive motivation.
GOOD WORK ENVIRONMENT IS IMPORTANT:
You’ll have heard authentic horror stories on many occasions about horrific jobs that originated in poor management, a manager who didn’t know how to lead, bad company policy, lack of opportunities for improvement leading to dead ends … What do all those worthy Elm Street stories have in common? The bad environment and the tension that invades all! The job setting is a breathing organism that can be good or utterly negative, change, grow with time and circumstances. Organizations that do not care about taking concrete steps to foster a successful environment run the risk of hindering their partners’ career growth and ultimately become such businesses that lack their purpose for existence and are lost to the grim end that everyone fears. Instead, the creation of a positive work culture can perform true wonders.
CONFLICTS OF INTEREST:
There may be emotional differences between two similarly beneficial alternatives, two equally unacceptable alternatives, or alternatives that contain both positive and negative facets. The first form of dispute is common of women employed and being in the first maternity period: They recognize why they should choose among two desirable alternatives, such as working with their children and spending lots of time. In recapitalization scenarios the second type of conflict is also common: accepting changes in the job or being jobless. Finally, the third type of motivational conflict is typical of ambivalent contexts: if I work extra hours I have more money and less time for the kids and if I work fewer hours I have more time for the kids and less money.
We must bear in mind that the people who work in the company are, above all, people, not just workers, and that their lives are full of motivational conflicts which we must take into account if we are to motivate them effectively. A motivational system which does not take real motivational conflicts into account is doomed to failure: All healthy people tend to find a balance between the demands of their Id” and those of their “superego.” The Id asks for love and fun and asks the unconscious to persist in their “internalized duty.” Let’s look at one production manager example: If we do not take into consideration that the purpose is merely to operate for more resources and more easily, it may be pointless to seek further initiative for a pay incentive.
Modernity brings with it new techniques and ideas on how the current professionals understand work. Changes are happening faster and faster, especially those working to manage human capital in companies, need to stay up-to – date with new trends and share them in order to drive future needs of the organizations.
Barry Lachey is a Professional Editor at Zobuz. Previously He has also worked for Moxly Sports and Network Resources “Joe Joe.” he is a graduate of the Kings College at the University of Thames Valley London. You can reach Barry via email or by phone.