IC Motivation - Motivation Exercise Motivation Exercise...

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Motivation Exercise Motivation Exercise Learning objectives: Understand the major principles that underlie human motivation Recognize some of the situational factors that may influence motivational interventions Rationale: The development of motivational programs often seems like a very simple matter— employees will be paid more and work harder. Everybody wins, right? Wrong. In many situations, employees are skeptical about the incentive compensation plans, or they behave in ways that organizational leaders didn’t expect. There are several components to developing a motivational program, including selecting appropriate targets for behavior (i.e. what is it you want to motivate employees to do), deciding on a reasonable measure of employee success, choosing a reasonable reward system, and ensuring that participants will be committed to the program. Scenario: Your assignment is to create a motivational program that will improve the effectiveness of public high school teachers. The details of the case are very loosely
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