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MASLOW's human needs and organizational needs model


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MASLOW's human needs and organizational needs model

  1. 1. MASLOW’S NEEDS MODEL Reporter: Willie Jun R. Broce ,BSED, RN
  2. 2. What is Maslow’s needs model? Maslow’s needs model is probably the most well-known and popular model on needs. Maslow believed that human need could be classified in a hierarchy of five basic needs. The idea of the hierarchy is to show that needs on a given level must be satisfied before the needs on the next level become interesting.
  3. 3. MASLOW’S PYRAMID OF NEEDS Physiologic needs: Primary needs; water, food, sex and a Home. Safety and Security needs: Need for physical and psychological stability and safety.
  4. 4. Social or Love and Belongingness needs: Need to socialize with other people, need for relationships based on emotions, need for friendship. Esteem needs: Need for self-esteem, self-respect and appreciation from others. Self-actualization needs: Need to realize one’s deepest creative and productive potential.
  5. 5. The five basic needs per se set guidelines for the organization of both companies and jobs: Physiologic needs: Health insurance, pay, physical working environment etc. Safety and Security needs: Psychological working environment, senior employees’ policy, insurance scheme, pension scheme, employment contract, personnel policy.
  6. 6. Social or Love and Belongingness needs: Social contact, teambuilding, positive feedback, network. Esteem needs: Recognition, feedback, position, promotion. Self-actualization needs: Autonomy, independence, responsibility, challenges, personal development.
  7. 7. Take Note: It is important to keep in mind that employees’ needs may be very different at different points of time, and that employees try to satisfy their needs either at work or in their spare time. Needs are significant but differ in meaning. This points towards situation-specific use of Maslow’s needs theory. The manager must base the motivating behavior on the employees’ needs and not on his own needs or his own idea of what their needs are.