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  • Please Sit in the area which represents the factors that Motivates you the most ! - POWER - MONEY - FAMILY - MEANINGFUL JOB
    • Why do some people climb mountains?
  • While others run?
  • And others just sit?
  • And why do millions of people go to work each day?
  • Motivation the force that drives our actions
  • A few theories of Motivation…
  • Motivation through the design of work ( Hackman & Oldham, 1976)
  • Understanding Motivational Orientations and Processes Among Men and Women
  • Job satisfaction depends on whether one receives what one values.
    • Males are more motivated by Salary, Fringe benefits, Promotions and Self-Direction than Females.
  • Men-Work Affects Family Life Women – Family Life Affects Work Men-Work Affects Family Life Women – Family Life Affects Work
    • Women-With young children women tend to relate any negative work issues with children responsibility and vice versa
    Men- Not Much Affected.
    • Husband Promotions-
    • Wife becomes relaxed towards work
    • Wife Promotion-
    • Husband can get competitive if wife begins to assume the role of primary breadwinner
  • Using Power for personal growth. Higher among Males. Using Power for Organizational & Social gains. H igher among females.
  • Prosocial Motivation Tendency to affiliate
  • Demographically dependent Different studies, Different results!! Men & Women equally motivated by Job Security!!!
  • Wages Intrinsic Motivation Working Condition Power Relationship at Work Place Job Security Work & Family
    • Motives –
    • Push Factor : Personal or External Factors, Negative Connotation
    • Pull Factor : That draw towards starting a Business, eg. Seeing an opportunity
    Women – Push Factors Men – Pull Factors
  • CONCLUSION From our study on the factors affecting the motivation levels of men and women and from the results of the survey conducted by us we have prepared the a following list of the motivating factors as per the order of preference:-
  • MEN WOMEN Promotion 1 Work Condition Wages 2 Family Life Power 3 Promotion Family 4 Meaningful Job Job Security 5 Wage Meaningful Job 6 Job Security Relationships 7 Realtionships Work Condition 8 Power
    • And we’ve just touched the tip of the…
    Thank You!!