motiv and leadership

motiv and leadership - MOTIVATION& LEADERSHIP Motivation

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3/11/11 LEADERSHIP Motivation Set of forces that cause people to  behave in certain ways CLASSICAL THEORY Workers are motivated solely by money 
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3/11/11 LEADERSHIP Motivation BEHAVIOR THEORY Tendency for productivity to increase when workers  believe they are receiving special attention from  management     Hawthorne Studies 1925, Western Electric  Chicago   Effect of Physical environment on workers  output
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3/11/11 LEADERSHIP Motivation CONTEMPORARY THEORIES Ø  Human Resource Model Ø  Maslow’s hierarchy of needs model Ø  Two Factor theory Ø  Expectancy theory Ø  Equity theory Ø  Goal Setting Theory
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3/11/11 LEADERSHIP Motivation Why are all these theories why  don’t we have facts about  motivation?
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3/11/11 LEADERSHIP Motivation CONTEMPORARY THEORIES Ø  Human Resource Model Theory X Theory Y Theory of motivation holding that people are naturally 
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This note was uploaded on 03/10/2011 for the course DBA 201 taught by Professor Ahmed during the Spring '11 term at Alaska Pacific University.

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motiv and leadership - MOTIVATION& LEADERSHIP Motivation

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