Peculiarities of motibation the personnel of enterprises in the context of deepening internetional cooperation

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Lviv Polytechnic National University Department of Management and International Business
Lviv Polytechnic National University, Ukraine

The article provides a definition of the term “motivation” and an overview of the motivation process. Following a summary of every source examined, the following conclusions can be made: By addressing all of an employee’s demands, motivation is a method that encourages staff to perform efficiently to accomplish goals.

The writers underlined the significance of researching motivational techniques and frameworks and the utilization of contemporary employee motivation theories and strategies in the context of strengthening global cooperation.

The writers concentrate on the factors that contribute to staff motivation in the context of global cooperation. According to the authors, a number of factors are crucial to staff motivation in the context of international cooperation. Transformational leadership that motivates and advances employees is a crucial element. Organizational identification, which refers to a fit between a worker’s perception of himself and his employer, is another crucial component. Staff motivation can also be significantly influenced by ongoing attention to employee engagement, and a comprehensive plan includes commitment, organizational identification, and motivation. Employee motivation can also be influenced by fundamental organizational procedures including performance reviews, feedback, engagement, and reward programs. Employers can boost employee intrinsic motivation and engagement in accomplishing their objectives for international cooperation by putting these components into practice. Incentives must be offered to employees in order to improve performance.

The key recommendations for the area of employee motivation in businesses involved in international activities are identified based on the analysis of the literature. It is crucial to offer a personalized strategy for each employee when it comes to global cooperation. Particularly, it is important to consider diverse cultural, ethical, and religious aspects that could influence employee motivation.

Another factor to think about is developing a healthy corporate culture at the company that supports employee growth and motivates them to deliver excellent results. Opportunities for professional advancement, a focus on wellness, and a balance between work and personal life are examples of components of a positive corporate culture.

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