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Motivating and Leading Employees Leading the Business
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Motivating and Leading Employees What do employees expect from the  employer? What does the employer expect from the  employee? These expectations shape the workplace  and the way employers treat employees,  and employees treat employers
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Motivating and Leading Employees Expectations of Employers and  Employees Employers wish to motivate employees to be  productive Employers need to take these expectations  into account in motivating employees to work  for the business
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Motivating and Leading Employees Satisfied Employees Job satisfaction Pleasure and Feeling of accomplishment From performing jobs well If employees have job satisfaction, they will  have high morale
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Motivating and Leading Employees Satisfied Employees Satisfied workers remain with the business Satisfied workers are more productive Workers remaining with the business mean  lower job turnover, which reduces the cost of  replacing workers and retraining them
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Motivating and Leading Employees Satisfied Employees Many workers are satisfied with the work, but  not the way management treats them Many workers are unhappy about the lack of  control and under-use of their abilities Many workers are conflicted between the  demands of work and family life
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Motivating and Leading Employees Motivation in the Workplace We assume employees are agents who  make choices So we need to lead employees to make the  choices that assist the business We speak of motivation as the attempt to  shape choices that assist the business
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Motivating and Leading Employees Motivation in the Workplace Various theories of how to motivate Classical Theory of Frederick Taylor Hawthorne Experiments Theory X and Theory Y Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs Herzberg’s Motivation Theory
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Motivating and Leading Employees Classical Theory of Motivation Frederick Taylor and Scientific Management Workers work harder if you pay them more To pay them more, they must be more  productive To be more productive, they must work more  efficiently, like a machine
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Classical Theory of Motivation Based on the theory that ONLY the pay  motivates workers Is this true? Employees may work for higher pay, but 
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This note was uploaded on 08/14/2011 for the course MGT a03 taught by Professor Bovaird during the Spring '11 term at University of Toronto.

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