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Assessment 7 - Friendly Co-Workers Flexible Schedule...

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Motivation and Work Related Rewards Complete the following three exercises. 1. Motivation : Describe three times in your life that you were highly motivated and identify the factors that contributed to these feelings of high motivation. Now, describe three times in your life when your motivation was low and identify the factors that contributed to these feelings of low motivation. 2 . Work Related Rewards : Below are some work related rewards. Select five of these rewards or others that you value the most, prioritize the five rewards and explain why you selected each one. Some Work Related Rewards: - Good Pay - Prestigious Title - Vacation Time
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Unformatted text preview: - Friendly Co-Workers- Flexible Schedule- Promotion Opportunities- Recognition- Job Security- Interesting Work- Challenging Work- Pleasant Working Conditions 3. Questions : Upon completing the first two items, answer these questions: a) What common factors contributed to high and low motivation? b) What theories/models of motivation explain your motivation? c) Do your co-workers value the same rewards? Do you expect to attain these rewards? If not, what do you need to do to receive these rewards? Reference: Greenberg, J. (1999). Managing behavior in organizations. Prentice-Hall, Inc: Upper Saddle River, NJ. ISBN:0-13-922790-3...
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  • Spring '11
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  • Following, Upper Saddle River, New Jersey, Upper Saddle River, Saddle River, New Jersey, Bergen County, New Jersey

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