Motivation - Motivation Chapter 13 Leaders of Tomorrow Amanda Bode Ryan Mitchell Kenneth Wolcott Ebelia Salazar Jenny Jarrard MGT 3303.254 Brad

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3/31/2008 1 Motivation Chapter 13 Leaders of Tomorrow Amanda Bode Ryan Mitchell Kenneth Wolcott Ebelia Salazar Jenny Jarrard MGT 3303.254 Brad Fregger March 25, 2008 Basics of Motivation Presented by: Amanda Bode Section Overview ± Effort and Performance ± Need Satisfaction ± Extrinsic and Intrinsic Rewards ± Motivating with the Basics
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3/31/2008 2 What is Motivation? ± Motivation - the set of forces that initiates, directs, and makes people persist in their efforts to accomplish a goal. Direction Persistence Initiation Direction of Effort ± Concerned with the choices that people make about how much effort to put forth in their jobs.
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3/31/2008 3 Persistence of Effort ± Concerned with the choices that people make about how long they will put forth effort in their jobs before reducing or eliminating those efforts. Ex: Holiday Inn Effort and Performance Job Performance= Motivation x Ability x Situational Constraints Effort and Performance ± All the motivation in the world won’t translate into high performance when you have little ability and high situational restraints.
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3/31/2008 4 Need Satisfaction ± If effort leads to job performance, then what leads to effort? Ex: Wilton Connor Packaging Inc., James Hardie Needs ± The physical or psychological requirements that must be met to ensure survival and well being. ± People are motivated by unmet needs. ± After a need is met people become satisfied. Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs ± Suggests that people are motivated by their lowest unsatisfied need within the hierarchy with physiological being lowest and self actualization being highest.
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3/31/2008 5 Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs ± Physiological - food and water ± Safety - physical and economic ± Belongingness - friendship, love, social interaction ± Esteem - achievement and recognition ± Self actualization- realizing your full potential Alderfer’s EFG Theory Collapses Maslow’s five needs into three ± Existence - safety and physiological needs ± Relatedness - belongingness ± Growth - esteem and self actualization McClelland’s Learned Needs ± People are motivated by the need for affiliation, achievement, or the need for power.
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3/31/2008 6 Classification of Theories Maslow’s Hierarchy Alderfer’s ERG McClelland’s Learned Needs Higher Order Needs Self- Actualization Esteem Belongingness Growth Relatedness Power Achievement Affiliation Lower Order Needs Safety Physiological Existence Extrinsic Rewards ± A reward that is tangible, visible to others, and given to employees contingent on the performance of specific tasks or behaviors. Ex: Janie’s Table Extrinsic Rewards Motivate people to perform four basic behaviors ± Join the organization ± Regularly attend their jobs ± Perform their jobs well ± Stay with the organization Ex: CDW
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3/31/2008 7 Intrinsic Rewards ± A natural reward associated with performing a task or activity for its own sake. Ex: Accomplishment, achievement, etc.
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Motivation - Motivation Chapter 13 Leaders of Tomorrow Amanda Bode Ryan Mitchell Kenneth Wolcott Ebelia Salazar Jenny Jarrard MGT 3303.254 Brad

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