Motivate

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Unformatted text preview: Industrial-Organizational Psychology Learning Module Motivation and Performance Prepared by the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology - SIOP Lesson Objectives Know the definition and components of motivation Understand reinforcement and goal setting Understand how these concepts are applied to motivate employees At the end of this lecture, you should: Prepared by the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology - SIOP Motivation Defined Any force that energizes and directs people to perform their jobs Intent of behavior is to satisfy needs and achieve goals needs: physiological (hunger) or social (achievement) incentives: situational factors that direct behavior to achieve goals that satisfy needs reinforcers: consequences of behavior that affect probability of repeating behavior Prepared by the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology - SIOP Reinforcement Theory When a need exists, we are motivated to work hard to achieve goal, to satisfy needs.work hard to achieve goal, to satisfy needs....
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