Existence relatedness and growth o motivation hygiene

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Unformatted text preview: code, and golden rule o Baby Boomers- Influenced by civil rights, women’s movement and Vietnam War. o Generation X – Globalization, MTV, AIDS, and computers. Happiness, friendship, and pleasure o The Ne(x)t Generation – us. • Cultural Differences o Francophone vs. Anglophone – collectivist, group, nAch. vs. individualism, risk taking. o Aboriginal – emphasis on conscious decision making o Asian Values – power distance, and greater collectivism. “Guanxi” is relations based on reciprocity • Attitudes – Positive or negative feelings about an object, people, or events o Job Satisfaction – general attitude towards his or her job o Core Self Evaluation person likes himself or herself and if they think they are capable/effect. o Organizational Citizenship Behaviour – going above and beyond for the organization o Expressing Dissatisfaction – exit, voice, loyalty, and neglect o Affective Commitment – emotional attachment to company. Positive o Normative Commitment – obligation they feel they need to stay with the company. Negative o Continuance Commitment – no other option but to stay. Negative o Employee Engagement – An individual’s involvement with, and satisfaction with the company • Cultural Intelligence o Provincial – work best with people of similar background o Analyst – analyze a foreign cultures rules to figure out how to interact with others o Natural – They use intuition to understand those from other cultural backgrounds o Ambassador – They communicate that they fit in, even if they don’t know much about them o Mimic – They control actions and behaviors to match others o Chameleon – They have all levels of CQ components. 5% “Theories of Motivation” – Chapter 4 THE KEY CORE CONCEPTS: • Motivation – Intensity, direction, and persistence of effort to reaching a goal o Theory X – people hate their jobs and must be threatened and punished o Theory Y – people like their jobs and are self controlled if they are committed to their objectives o Intrinsic Motivators – internal desire to do something due to interest, challenge, and satisfaction o Extrinsic Motivators – external motivation such as pay or bonuses • Needs Theories of Motivation o Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs – Physiological<safety<social<esteem<self- actualization o ERG Theory – Alderfer’s modification of Maslow’s. Existence, Relatedness, and Growth o Motivation- Hygiene Theory – Herzberg’s in...
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