Lecture Notes 3350 - Exam 1 - HLTH3350 ,,orone Anext

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HLTH 3350 2/5/2014 Leadership and Management of Health Care Organizations Intrinsic and Extrinsic Rewards An intrinsic reward is an  intangible award of recognition or a sense of  achievement motivation, it is the knowledge that one did something right, or one  made somebody’s day better An extrinsic reward is an award that is  tangible or physically given to you for  accomplishing something as recognition of ones endeavor Intrinsic Factor Theories of Motivation Adam’s Equity Theory  – motivated when there is a perception that everyone is  getting an equal share or opportunity Vroom’s Expectancy Theory  – motivated by performance and expected outcomes Locke’s Goal Setting Theory  – by establishing goals, individuals are motivated to  take action to achieve those goals ***High level of competency = high level of motivation***
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