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week 9 employee motivation

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1 Week 9 – Employee  Motivation    Principles of  Management 
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2 Definition What is Motivation? How would you use your time and efforts? Willingness to put forth time and efforts  toward sth What is Job Motivation then? Willingness to put forth time and efforts  toward your job 9 Theories of Motivation
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3 Maslow’s Hierarchy of  Needs Theory
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4 Implications Satisfaction of lower-order needs    pursuit of satisfaction of high-order  needs
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5 McGregor’s Theory X &  Theory Y Theory X – workers are lazy, dislike  work, want to avoid responsibility Theory Y – workers are self-directed,  accept & seek out responsibility,  understand that work is a core life task
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6 Implications What type of assumptions do you have  for your employees? Theory X – close supervision, tight  control Theory Y – delegation of decision  making power, autonomy, challenging  jobs
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