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Unformatted text preview: Click to edit Master subtitle style 8/9/11 Chapter 10 Motivation Pedro Raful (10-0854) Beatriz Asilis (10-1013) Azor Hazoury (10-1192) Joaquin Castillo (10-0085) Joaquin Rivas B. (10-0966) Valerie Bodden K. (10-0014) Maria Gabriella Liriano (10- 8/9/11 Learning Objectives  Analyze motivational forces present in a specific situation After this chapter, we will be able to: 8/9/11 What is motivation?  Motivation: set of forces that energize , direct, and sustain behavior.  These forces can come from the person itself “push” of internal forces or then can come from the environment surrounding the person, “pull”.  An overemphasis on one of the forces, to the exclusion of another, can lead to faulty diagnosis of motivational problems. 8/9/11 Sources of Motivation 1. I ndividual’s Characteristics : is the sources of internal, or push, forces of motivation. Examples: needs (self-esteem,  Categories that Influence Motivation 8/9/11 Sources of Motivation Key Variables That Influence Motivation Exhibit 10.1 Page 278 8/9/11 Motivational Theories Applicable to Work Situations Content Theories  Motivational theories that focus on what needs a  Such theories try to explain motivation by identifying:  Internal Factors  External Factors P ic tu r e 9 8/9/11 Need Hierarchy Theories  The most prominent needs hierarchy theory was developed by...
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