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Motivation 4

  1. 1. By Abhinay & Dinesh
  2. 2. Meaning:- Driving force which allows us to take action on our desire or goals.
  3. 3. Dictionary Meaning: 1) Inducement- luring by gifts or benefits so that one can do it. 2)Incentive-It encourages you to do it.
  4. 4. ConceptConceptually Motivation is related tobut Distinct from Emotion.
  5. 5. General observation:- Life is full of Challenges & Obstacles. Bad luck is blamed Ready to give up Pessimistic (bad things are going to happen in the world).
  6. 6. Importance Of Motivation Motivated people always r looking for better ways to do a job. Motivated people r generally quality oriented. Motivated people are more productive than apathetic workers.
  7. 7. Importance of motivation To tackle life’s problems To overcome the obstacles To guide others by inspiring them.
  8. 8. Types Of Motivation:-1. INTERNAL/INTRINSIC2. EXTERNAL/EXTRINSIC
  9. 9. What is INTERNAL MOTIVATION…… Driven by interest or enjoyment in the task itself & exists with in the individual. Internal Motivation is based on taking pleasure in an activity
  10. 10. Internal Motivation Techniques Never give up I am a winner
  11. 11. Internal Motivation Techniques Staying Positive Thinking Positive Recollecting moments of glory.
  12. 12. Internal Motivation Techniques Reading books,speeches and autobiographies of successful people. Visit to places of worship.
  13. 13. Internal/Intrensic Factors forMotivation Classify The Goals (Which must be SMART) S-Specific M-Measurable A-Achievable R-Realistic T-Time bound
  14. 14. Internal/Intrensic Factors forMotivation Additional Resposibility Honours and Grades handed over to him. Felicitating him with momentos.
  15. 15. Internal/Intrensic Factors forMotivation Good Working Conditon Job Security
  16. 16. Internal/Intrensic Factors forMotivation Interesting work Appreciation of work done
  17. 17. What is Extrensic/ExternalMotivation…. External Motivation comes from out side of an individual. External Motivation is the performance of an activity in order to attain an outcome, which is contradictary to I M.
  18. 18. Categories Of External Motivation EXTERNAL MOTIVATION MONETARY BENEFITS NON MONETARY GOOD PAT ON YOUR INCENTIVES APPRASALS BACK
  19. 19. Techniques or factors thatexternally motivates a person:1. POSITIVE TALK (NON-MON)2.CHEERING OF CROWD(NON-MON)
  20. 20. Techniques or factors thatexternally motivates a person3. HIGHER GRADES(NON-MON)4.MONETARY BENEFITS (MONETARY)e.g incentives,bonuses etc
  21. 21. Techniques or factors thatexternally motivates a person Assigning challenging task(M-NM) Pat on back(NON MON) Group discussion (NM)
  22. 22. Techniques or factors thatexternally motivates a person5.COMPETITION AMONG EMPLOYEES(MON/NON- MON)6.THREAT OF PUNISHMENT(NON-MONETARY)
  23. 23. EXAMPLE OF I M & E M
  24. 24. FACTORS OF EMPLOYEEMOTIVATION
  25. 25. Frame Work of Motivation Indentify needs Searches for ways Reassesses needs & engages in goal & Deficiencies directed behaviour Receives either rewards or Performs punishment
  26. 26. Great -Motivators Sachin Tendulkar –Motivating young talent . Continuous hard work put in over the years. Amitabh Bacchan- Salmana Khan Abdul Kalam
  27. 27. KALPANA CHAWLA Motivating factor for girl to get educated and rise high. Spread your wings and fly high.
  28. 28. A P J ABDUL KALAM President of India,A Scientist From a news paper seller to a Peoples President.
  29. 29. Conclusion:- Motivation is the psychological feature that arousesan organism to action toward a desired goal and elicits,controls, and sustains certain goal directed behaviors.
  30. 30. THANK YOU

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