In this literature review, assess, discuss the body of knowledge available for motivational theories and analysis in the same order of their importance in our current study. In this case, we tried to provide an overview of research in this respect and the gaps in the sequence, where to find the way for future studies in this area. We will strengthen existing research on what managers can do to write their employees and the factors motivating motivation.
Review of research literature has provided an overlook of existing literature on relevant topics are presented. Theories not only provide a theoretical basis, but also the basis for learning new things in terms of motivation. It has a wide range of surveys and studies conducted on the factors of motivation for the organization. However, in the service sector, using a variety of motivational awards are not yet known. For this reason, the literature review chapter first provides an overview of the most popular motivation theories, which are used by organizations. Theories are seen in a perspective of the service organization. The main theories have been studied for this purpose the most Maslow, McClelland, Winter, Herzberg and Vroom, but the focus is on dealing with internal and external motivators. Understanding the relationship between employee motivation and performance is important. The literature of the subject is then used to discover that employees significantly increase the performance and success of the company.
Practices that generally prevail in the market have an impact on staff performance of the organization. Therefore, this study is also needed. The results of the literature available to conduct the examination, and evaluation of various factors of motivation help in the research methodology of this report. The study and the example of British and police are based primarily focus on motivation theories applied to the Police Department of the United Kingdom, with theories and models of leadership exercised by the police. In these models, we will try in their style, models of leadership, personal contribution to the motivation level of the organization and contribute to the development of leadership models and theories, with particular reference to the police.
2.2 Leadership as a Command:
Leadership is basically a power a domination and an influence of one person on a group of people.
Leadership is not just a word rather it is an array of things that not only summarize but also coordinates and sequenced work of others, give a clear- cut direction and a role model for the achievement of the goals and the desired outcomes.
Leadership remains to be one of the most relevant and appropriate aspects of the organizational concern.
leadership is not only about the motivation it’s all about the capacity, the capacity of leaders to listen and to observe, to use their expertise and efficiencies in all levels of decision-making process, to establish motivational level...