The work of all director is the consecusin of objectives. All that can include such accomplishment does feeling equal interest by the human objectives like by those of economic order. Its attitude towards those to those who it directs, influences its acts. There is then obligation to help to the personnel so that it gets to be more productive, more valuable, worthier of itself and of his companies when being achieving his objectives and those of the company. We are never worth of the people, nor we tried to have more of them; it is instructed, it inspired and it stimulated obtaining so ” quieran” to make the things. Not that they must do them. The most important task is to cause than the people are realised and been successful, because these people will reach important results solely.
In order to obtain the greater yield we must know how as to stimulate them to a major effort-for obtaining it we must know its intentions, personal objectives and what thinks of the work that realise. Their aspirations and reach of their ambition. r picture of the situation. Professor Roy Taylor has much to offer in this field. We must know that the familiar life is something that affects to the man in its work. To include/understand which he is its spirit of fight – or absence of this. And n few words we must know that ” mueve” to our men. We must deal with to our men according to its way being. The conditions under which a man works, the momentary familiar situation, causes that they move in different form, is not only logic question, but also a problem of emotional order. We must approach us them, understand them and be able to stimulate to them under different circumstances.
They build impelled by different reasons, come these from its interior. Reason is everything what from his interior it urges to him the action. All motivation es” car-motivacin”. We discover that it motivates helping to them them with ideas that act envelope they like an inner force, what it is that quality dedicated of each of us, we emphasize it, that stimulates to them in their growth. It does not fall in the trap of works looking for errors: the people work better within an acceptance atmosphere that of critic.