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Using the Pyramid of Neurological Levels in the Human Resources Motivation Management
Using the Pyramid of Neurological Levels in the Human Resources Motivation Management

Author(s): Antonio Sandu
Subject(s): Other
Published by: Editura Lumen, Asociatia Lumen
Keywords: Pyramid of Neurological Levels; Dilts’ Pyramid; motivating staff; human resources; postmodern corporations.

Summary/Abstract: Staff motivation is a great responsibility of the managers, most of the times making the difference between the performant, and the less performant ones. The article aims to present a possible theoretical model of using the Pyramid of Neurological Levels formulated by Dilts in the construction of the intrinsic motivation of human resource in the postmodern organisations. The Pyramid of Neurological Levels is an extension to the pyramid of needs, being structured by Dilts on the following levels: environment, behaviour and language, abilities, competences and talent, beliefs and values, identity, belonging and spirituality, mission and supreme goal. Each of these levels was attached to a series of motivational practices, more or less used in postmodern organizations.

  • Issue Year: VIII/2016
  • Issue No: 2
  • Page Range: 31-44
  • Page Count: 14
  • Language: English