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Chapter 5 - LearningOutcomes:Motivation andmotivators McC

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Chapter 5 Copyright 2009  Vandeveer,  Menefee 1 Learning Outcomes:  Motivation   Describe the five levels of Maslow Needs Hierarchy. Outline the three areas of Alderfer’s ERG Model. Differentiate between Hertzberg’s hygiene factors  and motivators. Contrast McGregor’s Theory X and Theory Y. Describe the impact of the three needs of the  McClelland Theory. Explain the goal-setting theory for motivation.
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Chapter 5 Copyright 2009  Vandeveer,  Menefee 2 Learning Outcomes for - Motivation Illustrate the Equity Theory for motivation. Illustrate the Reinforcement Theory in practice. Explain the relationship between the three  contingencies of Vroom’s Expectancy Theory.    Gain a greater understanding of one’s own  motivational needs through self assessment.
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Chapter 5 Copyright 2009  Vandeveer,  Menefee 3 Motivation Motivation  is the willingness of a  person to exert high levels of effort to  satisfy some individual need or want. The  effort  is a measure of intensity. Need  – Some internal state that makes  certain outcomes appear attractive.
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Chapter 5 Copyright 2009  Vandeveer,  Menefee 4 Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs Safety/Security Needs Physical Needs Social/Belonging Needs Ego or Esteem Needs Self-actualization Lower Order Needs Higher Order  Needs
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Chapter 5 Copyright 2009  Vandeveer,  Menefee 5 Alderfer’s ERG Theory of Motivation Existence Relatedness Growth All needs are  operative at  one time
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Chapter 5 Copyright 2009  Vandeveer,  Menefee 6 Herzberg’s Motivation-Hygiene Theory Two independent scales: Satisfaction and No Satisfaction These are the motivators Dissatisfaction and No Dissatisfaction   Hygiene or maintenance factors
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Chapter 5 Copyright 2009  Vandeveer,  Menefee 7 Comparison of Hygiene and  Motivators Hygiene Factors Company policies Supervision Work conditions
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