How do you ensure your employees get to work in your organisation with the right motivation? A more than relevant question in times of labour shortages. Fortunately, there is an - almost magical - recipe: the self-determination theory. 13 Acerta Consult HR experts elaborated on that recipe during Acerta's 'ABC' upskilling trajectory, and translated this academically underpinned and evidence-based theory to the work floor. Motivational expert Hermina Van Coillie, Prof. Anja Van den Broeck and Dr Chris Wuytens kicked off.
You may have heard of the ABC? Not the alphabet, but the basic needs of every employee. Autonomy, Bonding and Competence.
When you fulfil these three natural basic needs of an employee, it ensures optimal functioning, well-being and growth of the employee.
Knowledge sharing is power, so we'll give you some insights:
Our consultants are eager to translate their insights to the work floor and those of our clients. To be continued, no doubt.
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