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How To Motivate And Empower From Team 2, Ann Scott And Richard Sikes
How To Motivate And Empower From Team 2, Ann Scott And Richard Sikes
How To Motivate And Empower From Team 2, Ann Scott And Richard Sikes
How To Motivate And Empower From Team 2, Ann Scott And Richard Sikes
How To Motivate And Empower From Team 2, Ann Scott And Richard Sikes
How To Motivate And Empower From Team 2, Ann Scott And Richard Sikes
How To Motivate And Empower From Team 2, Ann Scott And Richard Sikes
How To Motivate And Empower From Team 2, Ann Scott And Richard Sikes
How To Motivate And Empower From Team 2, Ann Scott And Richard Sikes
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How To Motivate And Empower From Team 2, Ann Scott And Richard Sikes

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  • 1. Motivation and
    Empowerment
    Needs and Rewards
    How are they related to motivation and empowerment?
  • 2. People act in order to satisfy needs
    Effective leaders must find ways to meet followers’ needs as well as the needs of the organization.
  • 3. Do you have a theory?They can help leaders understand.
    Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs - Individuals satisfy lower needs before they move on to higher needs.
    McClelland - Acknowledged that people are differentand have acquired different needs.Therefore, they are also motivated differently.
    Herzberg’s Two Factor Theory Dissatisfiers must be removed.Motivators must then be added.
  • 4. The carrot and the stickMost North American companies use a system of basic extrinsic punishments and rewards.
    Reinforcement perspective – behavior can be modified by punishments and rewards.
    Expectancy theory – motivation is contingent on expectations that behavior will result in reward.
    Equity theory – motivation is affected by perceptions of how fair treatment is in relation to others.
  • 5. Quiz
    Equity theory
    B, Reinforcement perspective
    C. Expectancy theory
  • 6. What’s wrong with a carrot?
    Undermines intrinsic rewards
    Brings about unintended consequences
    Too simple
    Replaces cooperation with unhealthy competition
  • 7. Empowerment - alternate route!
    Knowledge
    Power
    Authority
    Resources
    Meets higher needs of value and meaning
  • 8. How do you do it?
    Create the environment
    Measure engagement
    Employee ownership
    Gainsharing
    Pay for knowledge
    Pay for performance
    Job enrichment
  • 9. What’s in it for you?
    Satisfaction
    Performance
    Profit

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