Lecture 7 (Chapter 5 Motivation I)

Lecture 7 (Chapter 5 Motivation I) - Chapter 5 Employee...

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Chapter 5 Employee Motivation:  Foundations and Practices – Part  1
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CHAPTER 5 Employee Motivation: Foundations and Practices Learning objectives Needs-based motivation theories Maslow’s needs hierarchy Learned needs theory Four-drive theory Rational model: expectancy theory Goal setting and feedback Equity theory Applications Job design Employee empowerment
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CHAPTER 5 Employee Motivation: Foundations and Practices Motivation Internal forces that affect a person’s voluntary  choice of behavior Direction Intensity Persistence M M A A R R S S B&R B&R
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Extrinsic  Motivation
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CHAPTER 5 Employee Motivation: Foundations and Practices Intrinsic Motivation Theory Employees are intrinsically motivated when they genuinely care about their work, look for better ways to do their work, and are energized and fulfilled by doing it well. How to achieve intrinsic motivation? - Choice - Competence/accomplishment - Meaningfulness - Progress Intrinsic motivation is positively related to job satisfaction and performance.
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CHAPTER 5 Employee Motivation: Foundations and Practices Hierarchy of Needs  Theory by Maslow There is a hierarchy of five  needs—physiological, safety,  social, esteem, and self- actualization; as each need is  substantially satisfied, the  next need becomes dominant. Self-Actualization The drive to become what one is capable of becoming.
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CHAPTER 5 Employee Motivation: Foundations and Practices Maslow’s needs hierarchy  theory Physiological Physiological Safety Safety Belongingness Belongingness Esteem Esteem Need to Need to know Need for Need for beauty beauty Self- actualization
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CHAPTER 5 Employee Motivation: Foundations and Practices
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