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Human Need Maslows

Human Need Maslows



theory of motivation for eveyone

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    • Theories of Work Motivation
      Maslow’s hierarchy of needs
      Self actualization needs
      Esteem needs
      Social needs
      Safety & security needs
      Physiological needs
    • Theories of Work Motivation
      Maslow explained each level of hierarchy as follows:
      Physiological needs:
      These are necessary to sustain life. They include food, water, clothing, shelter.
      These needs have the highest potency for motivation.
      A person who lacks these will be motivated by these.
    • Theories of Work Motivation
      Safety needs:
      When physiological needs are reasonably satisfied, safety needs begin to manifest themselves.
      These needs include protection from physical dangers, such as fire or accident.
      Economic security, security of income against contingencies such as sickness, injury, non-hostile working atmosphere are also safety needs.
    • Theories of Work Motivation
      Social needs:
      When physiological & safety needs are reasonably satisfied, social needs become important motivators.
      Man is a social being & wants to receive & give acceptance, friendship & affection.
      He feels the need for belonging, for being an accepted member of a formal or an informal group.
    • Theories of Work Motivation
      Esteem needs:
      When the first three needs are essentially satisfied, esteem needs become dominant.
      The person must feel important & must also receive recognition from others, as that recognition supports the feelings of personal worth.
      Thus feelings of self-esteem, self-confidence, prestige & power are produced which are related to enhancing competence, knowledge & achievement.
    • Theories of Work Motivation
      Self actualization needs:
      At the summit of the hierarchy is the need to realize one’s potentialities so as to satisfy what Maslow referred to as ‘the desire to become everything that one is capable of becoming.’
      Thus the person becomes interested in self-fulfillment, self-development, & creativity in the broadest sense of the term.
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