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What is the higher-order goals discussed in the article? 1. openness, agreeableness, conscientiousness, and emotional stability 2. achievement, self-esteem, wealth, and contentment 3. knowledge, analysis, synthesis, and evaluation 4. communion, autonomy, achievement, and status. If an employee’s higher-order goal is achieving “status”, then he or she will likely be most motivated by which of the following incentives 1. flexible schedules 2. a new title 3. time of 4. a new car The higher-order goal of “communion” is most likely negatively correlated with which personality traits? 1. openness 2. extraversion 3. neuroticism 4. agreeableness The article states that managers have traditionally used a “carrots and sticks” approach to motivate employees. This approach is based on the principles of which of the following? 1. classical conditioning 2. Maslow’s hierarchy 3. drive reduction 4. operant conditioning Mount and Li have named their theory “The Theory of Purposeful Work Behavior,” and they stress that the implication is how to make work more meaningful for employees. Which classic theory of motivation is also concerned with explaining how a search for meaning is an important goal?
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