The Situational Leadership



According to the viewpoint of Graeff, Herzberg’s motivation theory suggested certain aspects through which, employees’ needs and expectations can be fulfilled. Besides, the theory also asserts that motivation can influence daily activities of the employees, enhancing the accountability among the members, which is deemed much essential when serving patients with emergency services. Simultaneously, Herzberg’s motivation theory also helps to improve the commitment and engagement of the employees towards the organization. In this regard, it can be claimed that certain factors such as ‘Growth’ ‘Work Itself’, ‘Responsibility’, ‘Achievement’, ‘Advancement’ and ‘Recognition’ are the key motivational elements, which can ensure job satisfaction for the employees. Simultaneously, it may assist an organization to enhance the skills and abilities of the employees and to attain the objectives of the organization more accurately. In this regard, it can be argued that Herzberg’s motivation factors can also be applied in emergency services, which will ensure health and safety related. On the other hand, according to the responses obtained during the test conducted, it is revealed that out of 15 respondents, more than 4 respondents have claimed that growth can motivate employees to enhance their degree of efficiency. Similarly, out of 15 respondents, 3 have been claimed that reasonability can motivate employees to enhance their efficiency. It can be argued that achievement, advancement, and recognition are essential aspects of motivation.