Do the rewards satisfy the variety of individual needs?
No. Individual needs for the staff are not met.
Are rewards both internal and external?
There are no reward thus the rewards are neither internal nor external.
Are they applied equitably and consistently?
The reward system is neither applied equitably nor consistently as it is non – existent.
Do individuals value the rewards they receive?
The individuals in this case study do not receive any awards.
Do they perceive that their efforts correlate with performance?
The teaching staff do not think their efforts correlate with their students’ performance.
Do individuals set goals as source of motivation?
The individuals do not set goals as sources of information.
Are the rewards and incentives effective in motivating desired behaviors?
There are no rewards for the teachers so one cannot assess if they are effective or not
In this case study, Mr. Notlif, is the principal of the post middle school. He has been reflected as a weak leader who has exceptional skills at keeping and recording the school’s logistics. Mr. Notlif does not encourage views from his staff. He also has poor communication channels with his staff where he does not enlighten them on recent happenings. Mr. Notlif is also does not supply teaching materials.
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Palestini, R. H. (2005). Educational administration: Leading with mind and heart. Lanham, Md: Rowman & Littlefield Education.