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Motivation
Motivation
Motivation
Motivation
Motivation
Motivation
Motivation
Motivation
Motivation
Motivation
Motivation
Motivation
Motivation
Motivation
Motivation
Motivation
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  • 1. What is Motivation?Motivation is the internal drive toaccomplish a particular goal. In awork setting, motivation is what makespeople want to work.
  • 2. Ten Morale-Building FactorsInteresting WorkFull appreciation of work doneInvolvementGood payJob securityPromotion and growthGood working conditionsLoyalty to employeesHelp with personal problemsTactful discipline
  • 3. Other Morale-Building FactorsPERKSAutonomyStatusResponsibilityFlexible SchedulingBenefitsOthers?
  • 4. Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs Self- Actualization Esteem / Ego Social or Belongingness Safety and Security Physiological
  • 5. Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs Physiological
  • 6. Factors in the Workplace MeetingPhysiological Needs Physical Comfort Temperature Working Conditions Inside/Outside Lunch and Rest Breaks Bathroom Facilities Ergonomics
  • 7. Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs Safety and Security Physiological
  • 8. Factors in the Workplace Meeting Safety and Security Needs Safety Job Security Seniority Benefits MONEY Retirement Plans
  • 9. Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs Social or Belongingness Safety and Security Physiological
  • 10. Factors in the Workplace Meeting Social orBelongingness Needs Relationships with co-workers Relationships with Supervisors Teams Fun Social Events
  • 11. Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs Esteem / Ego Social or Belongingness Safety and Security Physiological
  • 12. Factors in the Workplace MeetingEsteem/Ego NeedsOpportunities for Growth & AdvancementPromotionsJob TitlesRecognitionPERKSTraining & DevelopmentPositive Feedback on Performance
  • 13. Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs Self- Actualization Esteem / Ego Social or Belongingness Safety and Security Physiological
  • 14. Factors in the Workplace MeetingSelf-Actualization Needs Meaningful Work Sense of Satisfaction Accomplishment Self-Improvement Improving Others and/or Society “Be all that you can be.”
  • 15. Hersberg’s Model of MotivationTwo-Factor Theory: Compare to MaslowHygiene vs. Motivational FactorsAchievementGrowth PotentialThe Work Itself Motivational Self-Recognition Factors ActualizationAdvancement & Esteem NeedsResponsibilityInterpersonalRelations Hygiene or Social NeedsJob Security Maintenance Safety NeedsCompany Policy Factors PhysiologicalWorking ConditionsSalary
  • 16. Which factors outweigh others in maintainingproductive attitudes on the Job?Quality of Work Life? Basics? SalaryOpportunities for Advancement VacationAutonomy (self-management) BonusesCompany Culture Retirement PlansSpouse’s Job Opportunities Health InsuranceSchools Sick LeaveLocal Community
  • 17. Other Motivational TheoristsMcClelland VroomMcClelland’s Acquired NeedsTheory Vroom’s Expectancy TheoryNeed for achievement Views motivation as a process of choicesNeed for affiliation Behaviors stem from expectingNeed for power certain results
  • 18. Contemporary Motivational StrategiesMotivation through job design Job rotation Job enlargement Job enrichmentMotivation through incentivesTraining and educationMotivation through empowermentTeambuilding
  • 19. Positive Reinforcement & Recognition:Job-Related Confirming BehaviorsPraisePositive Written CommunicationOrientation and TrainingActive ListeningCourtesy
  • 20. Barriers to Positive ReinforcementPreoccupation with self NarcissismMisconceptions about positive reinforcementThe “too busy” syndromeNot identifying commendable actionsNot knowing what to say or doLack of appropriate role models
  • 21. Self-Motivation StrategiesTake control of your expectationsFight the urge to underachieveLearn to love the job you hateBuild immunity to cynicismStrive for balance

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