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Unformatted text preview: YourLastName Your Name Your Course Your Professor May 31, 2007 1. My main motivators are money, achievement and learning and social and interpersonal relationships. Examining my motivators in the context of Alderfer's ERG theory yields some insights into them. Money is my primary motivator; it is a main motivator because it is a surrogate which can be used to fulfill existence needs (such as food, clothing, shelter and so on) as well as aiding in the fulfillment of my relatedness needs (providing the means for social interaction) and growth needs (paying for my education in order to fulfill achievement needs). Achievement is another of my main motivators. I am motivated by the possibility of improving my skills until I can accomplish what I or others have not accomplished before. This is in the growth needs category of the ERG theory. Finally, interpersonal relationships are a big motivator for me. The desire for social itneraction and social relationships fulfills the relatedness needs me....
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This note was uploaded on 03/02/2011 for the course BUS 500 taught by Professor Dr.spitz during the Spring '11 term at Deep Springs.
- Spring '11