Management Words to Remember and Use
(A Basic Foundation for Business Results)
Motives come from within. The impelling force
which moves people to act
comes from within. Hence, to improve morale, managers need to help their
people and find concepts which become impelling inner forces since strong,
inner, compelling forces directed toward purposeful ends raise morale
Only when people see the total picture of which
they are a part, so they see
how the end results of their work relate to the total situation, only
their morale be raised to a level which
will ensure the application of their
most effective efforts toward peak performance.
Respecting human dignity, seeing people as individuals
and as human beings
separate and apart from their jobs rather than equating that dignity
performance on the job, will cause them to know they are appreciated,
human dignity respected. Thus their morale
will be maintained at a
Advancing and fostering a permissive, creative
climate in which people will
feel free to speak up and offer ideas and suggestions, will help them
more purpose and meaning in their work and will be a stimulating force
raising the level of the morale in the
Listening to people, to their ideas, to their
suggestions, showing by our
open-minded attitude that we are interested in them, in their ideas
suggestions, will cause them to see that we appreciate them and their
ideas. Thus is created a climate of cooperation and a raising of the
factor to a desired level.
Empathy - Putting ourselves mentally in the other
person's shoes, putting our
own assumptions, viewpoints, feelings and attitudes in the background
giving priority attention to their assumptions, viewpoints, feelings
attitudes will bring about greater understanding and constitute a powerful
factor in improving morale.
Accordingly, the minds and hearts of all the people in any unit of
come together and work in unison to fulfill important objectives and
morale be a powerful factor in achieving
human and economic progress.
Courtesy of Dale Carnegie & Associates, Inc.