Employee Portfolio: Motivation Action PlanMGT/311 Version 11University of Phoenix MaterialEmployee Portfolio: Motivation Action PlanDetermine the motivational strategy or strategies that would likely be most appropriate for each of your three employees, based on their individual characteristics. Indicate how you would leverage their employee evaluations to motivate each of the three employees. Describe one or more of the motivational theories and explain how the theories connect to each of your selected motivational strategies.Team MemberPerformanceRatingSummary of AssessmentsMotivational Strategy and ActionPlanRelevant TheoryEdward JonesEven thoughtthere is someconsiderationthe candidateneeds to takecare of, he isappropriatefor the jobThe employee has a higher jobsatisfaction and he is quite deliberate. His strengths are represented by optimism, hard work capabilities, and higher emotional intelligence.
EMPLOYEE PORTFOLIO2Employee PortfolioRiordan Manufacturing introduced a chain of self-assessments to help in the supervision of its staffs. The assessments were unsystematically select by the staffs and the management team did not sway the elections made by every staff member. Every assessment has been revised by the management team and the resulting info will be used to make an improvement on the output of the work and satisfaction of the job for each employee. After going over the assessments that were completed by the staff members, it is the management’s assumption whether or not the job fulfillment, equality, superior ability, and company policy are major features for every employee. The emotional intelligence and decision maker assessments scores were harmonizing for each other. It also shows that the staff members will think wisely and deal with the pressures of the job and the demands. The decision making process of the staff members is complemented by the emotional intelligence too. It helps the