Peculiarities of employee motivation institution of higher education

- Morozova, Maryna (‐0002‐9193‐1198) (2023) Peculiarities of employee motivation institution of higher education Bulletin of Postgraduate education. Social and Behavioral Sciences Series; Management and Administration Series, 25 (54). pp. 97-109. ISSN 2522-9931

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Motivation of staff of institution of higher education currently remains very relevant, despite the fact that there is enough to consider the matter. This situation is due to the fact that theoretical research is not realised in practical solutions. Therefore, the problem of motivation of staff of institution of higher education has become essential as a problem solving actual personnel policies facing institution is possible only when creating a proper motivational framework that can encourage employees to the effective operation and delivery of quality educational services. It is about the use of such forms and methods of stimulating employees who have contributed to the higher efficiency. Thus, an essential role in the management of staff should be given to motivation. Motivation is the driving force that as motives can act as a direct interest and awareness of the importance of gaining knowledge, the desire to assert themselves, to test and demonstrate their ability to find their place in the hierarchy of social relations in the team, to get the approval of the head. Bringing into action an organised system to get the required result is possible only by a governing body of some influence or person, in this case higher education. Requires certain tools to influence the elements of motivation, so it started to function. One of these tools is motivation. In order to effectively move towards the goal, the management of institution of higher education must not only plan and organise work, but also use the system to motivate employees according to a plan worked out to achieve the goals and institutions. Therefore, a positive motivation will be successful if: the implementation of the motivation system is ensured; continuity is carried out; humanitarian and cultural orientation, variability, problematic, personal importance of employees and their activities, and self‐fulfilment are taken into account; organisational and methodological support is provided to staff. Thus, the system provides adequate motivation for professional activities, promotes professional development of staff in higher education.

Item Type: Article
Keywords: motivation and incentives; motivation model; personnel management; factors; strategy.
Subjects: Science and knowledge. Organization. Computer science. Information. Documentation. Librarianship. Institutions. Publications > 3 Social Sciences > 37 Education > 378 Higher education. Universities. Academic study
Divisions: State institution of higher education «University of educational management» > Educational and scientific institute of management and psychology > Department of economics and personnel management
Depositing User: Марина Едуардівна Морозова
Date Deposited: 15 Dec 2023 13:50
Last Modified: 15 Dec 2023 13:50


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