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Various theories compared & some practical suggestions

Various theories compared & some practical suggestions

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  • 1. What is Motivation?
    Motivation is the internaldriveto accomplish a particular goal. In a work setting, motivation is what makes people wantto 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 Meeting Physiological 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 or Belongingness 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 Meeting Esteem/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 Meeting Self-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 Motivation
    Two-Factor Theory:
    Hygiene vs. Motivational Factors
    Compare to Maslow
    Achievement
    Growth Potential
    The Work Itself
    Motivational Factors
    Self-Actualization &
    Esteem Needs
    Recognition
    Advancement
    Responsibility
    Interpersonal
    Relations
    Hygiene or Maintenance Factors
    Social Needs
    Safety Needs
    Physiological
    Job Security
    Company Policy
    Working Conditions
    Salary
  • 16. Which factors outweigh others in maintaining productive attitudes on the Job?
    Quality of Work Life?
    Basics?
    Opportunities for Advancement
    Autonomy (self-management)
    Company Culture
    Spouse’s Job Opportunities
    Schools
    Local Community
    Salary
    Vacation
    Bonuses
    Retirement Plans
    Health Insurance
    Sick Leave
  • 17. Other Motivational Theorists
    McClelland
    Vroom
    McClelland’s Acquired Needs Theory
    Need for achievement
    Need for affiliation
    Need for power
    Vroom’s Expectancy Theory
    Views motivation as a process of choices
    Behaviors stem from expecting 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