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Unformatted text preview: Self Exercise: What Outcomes Motivate Employees? Objectives 1. To determine how accurately you perceive the outcomes that motivate non-managerial employees. 2. To examine the managerial implications of inaccurately assessing employee motivators. Introduction One thousand employees were given a list of 10 outcomes people want from their work. They were asked to rank these items from most important to least important. We are going to have you estimate how you think these workers ranked the various outcomes. This will enable you to compare your perceptions with the average rankings documented by a researcher. The survey results are presented after the Discussion Questions. Please do not read them until indicated. Instructions Below is a list of 10 outcomes people want from their work. Read the list, and then rank each item according to how you think the typical non-managerial employee would rank them. Rank the outcomes from 1 to 10; 1 = most important and 10 = least important. (Please do this now before reading the rest of these instructions.) After you have completed and 10 = least important....
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- Spring '12