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A Qualitative Study on the Self-Motivation as a Tool to Reduce Conservatism, Negative Mindset, Lack of Self Confidence, and to Overcome Inner Conflict among the Employees of Bangladeshi (RMG) Factories

A B M Asadullah

This study examines the issue of self-motivation as a potential tool for overcoming the conservative mindset, negative thoughts, lack of self-confidence, and inner conflict among the Bangladeshi readymade garments factories employees. It is expected that organizations will set the essence of motivation among employees, but the question has arisen that, how the employees will develop their self-motivational spirit, while the organizations fail to provide the motivational environment for their employees. Self-motivation becomes a very vital factor for the employees, when organizations failure is apparent in many aspects of organizational functioning. Self-motivated employees help themselves individually and they help the organizations mutually. In many extent organizations do not provide motivational elements for the employees. Eventually, employees became demotivated and work starts to seem less inspiring to the employees. But the reality is that employees have to continue their works within the demotivating circumstances because of survival issues. This study assists how employees use their self-motivation to overcome the workplace barriers. Qualitative research (semi-structured interview) approach has been applied in this research to collect data from 20 employees among the Bangladeshi Readymade Garments (RMG) factories. The findings suggested that self-motivation works positively to reduce conservatism, negative mindset, lack of self-confidence, and to overcome inner conflict.

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