Part 1 a - As head of a small organization, the theory or...

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As head of a small organization, the theory or approach to motivation that I would adopt is intrapersonal experience specifically the hierarchy of needs as defined by Abraham Maslow. He believed that human behavior seeks to either increase need satisfaction or to avoid decrease in need satisfaction. People focus attention on needs that are not met and are motivated to seek satisfaction of those needs. In his famous pyramid design Maslow describes at the base of the pyramid physiological needs as the basic body needs of food, sleep, sex, and survival, next is safety and security, then is love and social belonging needs are met through family, friends, and peers that provide social support and affection, next is esteem and prestige is the need for self-respect and the respect of others, and finally self-actualization found at the top of the pyramid is defined as a person who has satisfied his/her potential and is doing things for which he/she is uniquely qualified for. In order to meet the physiological needs the main motivation would be the paycheck for the work done. However if cases the paycheck does not satisfy the physiological needs for example in large families. I would have branch programs that
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Part 1 a - As head of a small organization, the theory or...

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