Rewards are more effective than punishment.When we want to explain something to someone or give an order, we adopt a general strategy, first of all give basic information to the person in front, then explain in detail and calmly answer the questions asked in response. On completion, we hope that now the person in front has understood our point and from the future, he will act as per our orders. Sometimes when the work is not done properly, initially we will speak a little angrily to the person, but when the work is not consistent with the desire, then we adopt the method of punishment.
But will the fear of punishment motivate a person to act well and properly? On the other hand, if we announce any rewards to encourage, then the person will probably be more interested and conscious of the work.
Rewards are affected not only in the works but also in studies. It is not necessary that there is always a gift or prize in the rewards, the rewards can be a small email, message, apprehension in a team meeting, or even a few words of appreciation among others people.