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ethnic backgrounds. Hence, diverse work teams contribute greatly to organizations’value. Individual differences favor the workplace through comparative advantage andincreased productivity. Diversity management supports associates by promoting a fairand safe working environment that provides equal access to resources and
challenges. Management tools should educate all staff about diversity and itschallenges in a diverse workforce, including relevant laws and regulations. As mostworkplaces are multicultural, businesses must learn to adapt to remain successful.2.4 Question 4Motivation is the processes thataccount for an individual’s intensity, direction, andpersistence of effort toward attaining a goal. What are the similarities and differencesbetween self-determination theory and goal-setting theory?According to Nnorom Goodluck Kelechi PhD (2011), motivation is apsychological trait that causes an individual to behave in the direction of the desiredtarget and elicits, regulates, and sustains specific goal-directed behaviors. It can bethought of as a motivating force, a psychological force that motivates or reinforces anindividual to act against a particular target. Hunger, for example, is a motivator thatmakes you want to consume more. The intention or psychological trigger of behavioris referred to as motivation (Schater 2011 as cited in Wikipedia). Self-determinationtheory and goal-setting theory are the two ideas that fall under motivation. Bothmotives share a common goal of motivating employees to do better at work, but eachhas its ideology and principles. In self-determination theory, intrinsic and extrinsicmotivation are distinguished. In research from Cherry (2021), individuals shouldbecome self-determined following this philosophy before their competence,attachment, and autonomy requirements are met. According to self-determinationtheory, three intrinsic and universal psychological needs drive people to develop andimprove. The hypothesis is predicated on two crucial principles. First, the need forgrowth motivates behavior; people are consciously oriented toward progression in thefirst philosophy of self-determination theory. Mastering challenges and gaining newexperiences are essential for developing a coherent sense of self. Second, it's criticalto have autonomous motivation. While money, incentives, and recognition are oftenused to motivate people to act, which is known as extrinsic motivation, the self-determination ideology emphasizes internal motivators such as a willingness to learnor independence which is known as intrinsic motivation. According to self-determination philosophy, the following experiences are essential for psychological
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7growth. To begin with, people need autonomy to be in control of their actions andobjectives. People's feelings of self-determination are greatly influenced by theirwillingness to take immediate action to lead to positive change. Competence is thenext level, which allows individuals to master exercises and learn new skills. Peopleare more likely to make choices that will aid them in achieving their goals if they feelthey possess the requisite skills. Finally, to feel attached or related, people need a

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