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  • 1. OUTLINE  MOTIVATION  TYPES OF MOTIVATION  THEORIES OF MOTIVATION  INTERNAL AND EXTERNAL MOTIVATION
  • 2. MOTIVATION?  Motivation means the classes of operations use to produce and measure changes in performance and changes in energy output
  • 3. Types of motivation
  • 4. EXAMPLE OF POSITIVE MOTIVATION  when a Boss tells his subordinate , "if you achieve the target on the time I will give you promotion
  • 5. EXAMPLE OF NEGATIVE MOTIVATION  When a Boss tells his subordinate , "if you do not achieve the target on the time I will give you demotion
  • 6. INCENTIVES Incentives refers to all those measures which are used to motivate people for improving their performance.
  • 7. Incentives can be Increase in Productivity Change in behavior Enhance in work commitment
  • 8.  Monetary incentives- Those incentives which satisfy the subordinates by providing them rewards in terms of rupees.
  • 9.  Non-monetary incentives- Besides the monetary incentives, there are certain non-financial incentives which can satisfy the ego, self esteem and self- actualization needs of employees.
  • 10. McGregor Theory - X  Every normal human being dislikes work by nature.  People work because of some pressure.
  • 11.  Pressure can be:  Salary  Advancement  Respect  Some other force
  • 12. McGregor Theory -Y  People inherently like to work. • Employees can perceive their job as relaxing and normal.
  • 13. Maslow’s Theory of Motivation  Abraham Maslow is well renowned for proposing the Hierarchy of Needs Theory in 1943.  Maslow was of the view that needs have priority, i.e., needs are satisfied in an order.
  • 14. Maslow’s Hierarchy Of Needs
  • 15. Internal motivation "Internal motivation" means that your motivation to accomplish your goal comes from within you. Your motivation is from you. It is determined by your own values and goals.
  • 16. Importance of self motivation  A self-motivation is extremely important when it comes to accepting challenges and opportunities in life.  On the strength of self motivation helps in planning your life and ease the difficulties.  A self-motivation provides a new sense of purpose and direction in your life.  A self-motivation is important to provide enthusiasm in life.
  • 17. Secrets of internal motivation
  • 18. SHARE YOUR GOAL
  • 19. External motivation "External motivation" means that your motivation to attain your goal comes from a source outside yourself.
  • 20. (may Allah bless you rewards for listening)

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