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1 Chapter 2 Fundamentals of Motivation
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2 Learning Objectives Describe the two sides of motivation: movement and motive. Identify the five basic needs in Maslow’s need hierarchy. Describe the two-factor theory of motivation and explain its relevance to the practicing manager. Discuss expectancy theory, noting how both valence and expectancy theory influence motivation force. Explain the value of money, employee satisfaction, incentives, and recognition in the motivation process.
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3 What is Motivation? Motivation is a psychological drive that directs a person toward an objective Motives are the “whys” of behavior
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4 Figure 2.2 Maslow’s Need Hierarchy When Physiological Needs are Dominant Physiological Safety Social Esteem Self-actualization (Low) Need Strength (High)
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5 Figure 2.3 Need Mix When Physiological and Safety Needs Have the Highest Strength Need Strength Physiological Safety Social Esteem Self- actualization
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6 Figure 2.4 Need Mix When Social Needs Have the Highest Strength Self-actualization Esteem Social Safety Physiological Need Strength
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