Motivation in Theory
DOB           : 1 April 1908                Brooklyn, New YorkDOD           : 8 June 1970 (62 years)                Menlo ...
Motivation in Theory
Self-   actualization  Esteem needs   Social needs  Security needsPhysiological needs
   The basic needs for sustaining human life.   Example : Water, food, air, & sleep.   Lie at the lowest level in the h...
   The desire necessary to make people feel safe and stable   Example : job security, sick pay, maternity leave, & pensi...
   The human need to be accepted as part of a friendship group or a    family.   Example : communications, social gather...
   The desire for recognition and being able to have self-respect .   Internal Esteem needs : People feel good about the...
   The forces that drive a person to become the best that they can be.   This need can be satisfied providing opportunit...
   Helps to understand employee’s needs.   Helps to motivate employees   Helps to decide rewards at each level.   Help...
People are motivated by different needs at the sametime.You do not have to satisfy primary needs in order tobe motivated...
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  1. 1. Motivation in Theory
  2. 2. DOB : 1 April 1908 Brooklyn, New YorkDOD : 8 June 1970 (62 years) Menlo Park, CaliforniaNationality : AmericanField : PsychologyKnown for : Maslow’s hierarchy of needsInfluences : Alfred Adler, Kurt Goldstein, Henry MurrayInfluenced : Douglas McGregor, Robert Assagioli, Colin Wilson, Abbie Hoffman, Wayne Dyer
  3. 3. Motivation in Theory
  4. 4. Self- actualization Esteem needs Social needs Security needsPhysiological needs
  5. 5.  The basic needs for sustaining human life. Example : Water, food, air, & sleep. Lie at the lowest level in the hierarchy of needs as they have priority over all other needs. These needs cannot be postponed for a long period. Other needs do not motivate an employee. A company can meet such physiological needs through fair wages
  6. 6.  The desire necessary to make people feel safe and stable Example : job security, sick pay, maternity leave, & pension. After physiological needs are satisfied, people can concentrate on the next level of needs.
  7. 7.  The human need to be accepted as part of a friendship group or a family. Example : communications, social gathering, wedding, & having children. It is a human nature to want to be loved and accepted by others. Employees needs friends and interaction with their friends and superiors of the group. In business, Interaction , teamwork and recognition of trade union membership are some of the opportunities that can satisfy this needs. Anti – discrimination legislation can also help businesses to promote a sense of worth and belonging in the workplace.
  8. 8.  The desire for recognition and being able to have self-respect . Internal Esteem needs : People feel good about themselves due to sense of achievement. External Esteem needs : Recognized by others due to status in the workplace. Job titles can helps to boost internal and external ego needs . Sincere praise and positive reinforcements can also be the method to boost the ego of employees. Internal promotion of staff, rather than recruiting someone from outside the organization , may increase staff morale. Training and development opportunities suggest the business values its worker. Giving workers some input into the decision making process also can increase their level of morale.
  9. 9.  The forces that drive a person to become the best that they can be. This need can be satisfied providing opportunities for personal development and promotion. People who achieve self-actualization are authoritarian in their outlook. A person must have the freedom over what they do in order to exploit their talents in the job that they excel at and in a way that only they know best. Utilisation of workers potentials to the maximum extent and desires to achieves something special in their life or in the area of their specialization This need is fully satisfied rarely
  10. 10.  Helps to understand employee’s needs. Helps to motivate employees Helps to decide rewards at each level. Helps in recognizing potential Source:http://wiki.answers.com/Q/What_is_the_advantage s_of_maslow%27s_hierarchy_of_needs#ixzz1mZ8Qe5Ai
  11. 11. People are motivated by different needs at the sametime.You do not have to satisfy primary needs in order tobe motivated by higher needs.-mogok laparNeeds are constantly appearing.
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