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Motivation training material:

Motivation training material:
Pyramide of Maslow needs hierarchy,
Maturity Levels Matrix (Situational leadership theory),
Motivation tools and advice. Definition of motivation.

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  • by infoDiagram.comContact us in case of questions or topic cooperation. Contact: info @ infodiagram.com Oct 2011
  • Definition of motivation the amount of effortan individual is willing to put into their work Copyright: infoDiagram.com
  • Agenda of training• Maslow hierarchy of needs• Four maturity levels• Tools for work satisfaction• Practical hints Copyright: infoDiagram.com
  • Agenda LineMaslow hierarchy of needs Copyright: infoDiagram.com
  • Maslow hierarchy of needs Additional needs, last to ensure Pyramide(hierarchy) of needs Fundamental needs, 1st to ensure Copyright: infoDiagram.com
  • Maslow hierarchy of needs self- development esteem social acceptance safety physiological needs Copyright: infoDiagram.com
  • 1st level of Maslow needs hierarchy self- development esteem social acceptance safety physiological needs Copyright: infoDiagram.com
  • 2nd level of Maslow needs hierarchy self- development esteem social acceptance safety physiological needs Copyright: infoDiagram.com
  • 3rd level of Maslow needs hierarchy self- development esteem social acceptance safety physiological needs Copyright: infoDiagram.com
  • 4th level of Maslow needs hierarchy self- development esteem social acceptance safety physiological needs Copyright: infoDiagram.com
  • 5th level of Maslow needs hierarchy self- development esteem social acceptance safety physiological needs Copyright: infoDiagram.com
  • Agenda Line Four maturity levelsCopyright: infoDiagram.com
  • Four maturity levelsEngagement, motivation M2 M4 motivated motivated inexperienced experienced M1 M3 unmotivated unmotivated inexperienced experienced Competence, Experience Copyright: infoDiagram.com
  • Agenda Line Motivation toolsCopyright: infoDiagram.com
  • Tools for controlling the work satisfaction “motivation factors” “hygienic factors”increasing satisfaction decreasing dissatisfaction• make opportunities • supervision for achievements • salary• recognition • working conditions• responsibilities• career advancements Copyright: infoDiagram.com
  • How to motivate a team - Practical hints• create friendly • show importance atmosphere of a group• make people • clarify goal, set feel important common values• identify • acknowledge progress achievements Copyright: infoDiagram.com
  • Further Resources• Maslows hierarchy of needs http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Maslows_hierarchy_of_needs http://www.businessballs.com/maslow.htm http://www.mindtools.com/pages/article/newLDR_92.htm• Maturity levels - Situational leadership theory http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Situational_leadership_theory• Motivation training presentation toolbox http://www.infodiagram.com/diagrams/motivation_maslow_training_toolbox.html Copyright: infoDiagram.com
  • Summary Topics discussed • Maslow hierarchy of needs • Four maturity levels • Tools for work satisfaction • Practical hintsLack of motivation is very infectious, therefore prevention is crucial. Copyright: infoDiagram.com
  • Motivation training visual materials To get these slides visit: www.infoDiagram.comContact us in case of questions or topic cooperation. Contact: www.infoDiagram.com info @ infodiagram.com