4-Leading and Managing Motivation Fall 2010

4-Leading and Managing Motivation Fall 2010 - Leader as...

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Leader as Motivator Padmakumar Nair
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Your Mission in Life How Do You Envision to Achieve it?
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Motivation
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Types of motivation Extrinsic motivation People Experience it when they work to earn materialistic rewards Intrinsic motivation People Experience it when they work to feel good about doing the work itself
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Maslow s Hierarchy of Needs Self-Actualization Physiological Needs Safety Needs Love and belongingness Esteem Needs A.H. Maslow 1970
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Maslow s Hierarchy: Physiological Needs “It is quite true that men lives by bread alone --- when there is no bread” They are the only needs that can be completely satisfied Once it is satisfied motivation practically seize to exist They recur at regular inter wells
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Maslow s Hierarchy: Safety Needs This need can never be satisfied completely In most developed societies healthy adults practically satisfy their safety needs Everywhere children always find it hard to satisfy their safely needs Afraid of darkness, animals, strangers, punishment from parents Maslow argued that some adults could retain these fears into adulthood causing basic anxiety syndrome
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Maslow s Hierarchy: Love and This need is represented by our desire for friendship, spouse and children People who have had their L&B needs adequately satisfied from childhood do not panic when love is denied or rejected People who have never adequately experienced L&B while growing up will show an inability to love or show affection People who have experienced small doses of love and affection but not enough to be content will grow up as individuals with a very high need for L&B
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Maslow s Hierarchy: Esteem Needs This need has two components, reputation and self-esteem Even though reputation can positively
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