What is Motivation?? Traced from Latin word movere, which means ‘to move’.1. MOTIVE2. MOTIVATING3. MOTIVATION
RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN MOTIVE,MOTIVATING,MOTIVATIO NMotive Motivating Motivation Needs in Activating needs and Engagement in workIndividuals providing need behaviour satisfaction environment
NATURE OF MOTIVATION1. BASED ON MOTIVES2. AFFECTED BY MOTIVATING3. GOAL DIRECTED BEHAVIOUR4. RELATED TO SATISFACTION5. PERSON MOTIVATED IN TOTALITY6. COMPLEX PROCESS
TYPES OF NEEDS1. PRIMARY NEEDS2. SECONDARY NEEDS3. GENERAL NEEDS
REACTIONS TO NON SATISFACTION OF NEEDS Towards source Flight Externalised PersonNon satisfaction Frustration Aggression Towards others of needs Inanimate object Internalised Apathy
MOTIVATION AND PERFORMANCEIndividual performance depends upon following factors:-1. Motivation2. Sense of competence3. Ability Role Ambiguity4. Role perception Role conflict5. Organisational Resources
ROLE OF MOTIVATION High performance level. Low employee turnover and absenteeism Acceptance of Organisational changes
Analysis of Maslow’s need Hierarchy At every level of need’s it can be seen that role ofindividual is very important since individual differ itmay not be quiet possible to prescribe onestandard version for solving motivationalproblems.
ANALYSIS OF HERZBERG’sMOTIVATION HYGIENE THEORY Does not attach much importance to pay , statusor interpersonal relationships which are heldgenerally as important contents of satisfaction.And also it is costly and time consuming process.