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1 Workplace Motivation PSY/321 Andrew April 12, 2017 Instructor:
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2 Introduction There are several reasons why employees fall short of employers expectations. A lot of those reasons can stem from internal problems that everyone facing in one way or another. Some may not be as big of a problem as within others, but for the most part we all have them. Being self-efficient, having good mastery beliefs, and having minimal learned helplessness are all important traits that every employer wants in an employee. This paper will discuss what there traits are and how a food delivery business can have training and organizational implications in attempt to strengthen these traits within its employees. Self-Efficacy Efficacy differs from self-efficacy in the fact that efficacy is just how well a desired effect gets achieved. Self-efficacy is slightly the same thing but applies to the individual. It is basically how well one will perform the task at hand even when exposed with adversity (Reeve, 2015). So as a reference, an example of efficacy would be and why it would be important would be say you are driving down the roadway with your company vehicle going to make a delivery, and you have a tire blowout. The employee does what he most would do and call for roadside assistance to change out the tire for them. He follows the rules doesn’t do anything wrong, the company vehicle is back up and running. Desired effect of the efficacy of the repair
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