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Motivation

Program Objectives

(1 of 2)

Understand past, present and


future concepts/trends.

Develop employees desire to


strive for excellence.

Understand how YOU


influence; your leadership
style.

Use feedback more precisely,


linking it to
performance.

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Program Objectives

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Learn how to offer criticism in


a way which ensures that it is
heard.

Apply models and methods for


measurable results.

Problem solve and practice


what you learn.

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A Challenge
Please write a
One Sentence Definition of
EFFECTIVE
M O T I V A T I O N.

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Definition of Motivation
Motivation:

The act or process of


stimulating to action, providing
an incentive or motive,
especially for an act.

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McGregor's Theory Y

The expenditure of physical and


mental effort in work is as
natural as play or rest.

People can exercise self-direction


and self-control in the service of
objectives to which they are
committed.

The average human being learns,


under proper conditions, not only
to accept but to seek
responsibility.

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McGregor's Theory X

People inherently dislike work


and will avoid it if they can.

People must be coerced,


controlled, directed, and
threatened in order to make
them work.

The average human being


prefers to be directed, wishes
to avoid responsibility, and has
relatively little ambition.

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The Need To
Achieve

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The Need To Achieve

Internal Types.

External Types.

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Maslow's Hierarchy

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Physiological Needs
Food and shelter.

Security and Safety Needs


Danger, threats, and deprivation.

Social Needs
Belonging and acceptance.

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Maslow's Hierarchy

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Self-Esteem Needs
Recognition and status.

Self-Actualization Needs
Creativity and self-realization.

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Satisfaction vs. Dissatisfaction

Motivators
Achievement.
Growth.
Recognition.
Responsibility.

Hygiene
Compensation.
Fringes.
Supervision.
Work Conditions.

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What Employees Want

Maintainers.

Motivators.

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Maintainers

Working conditions.

Company policies.

Job security.

Pay and benefits.

Relationships with coworkers.

Supervision.

Status.

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Motivators

Achievement.

Recognition.

Satisfying work.

Responsibility.

Advancement.

Growth.

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Motivating Factors

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Full appreciation of work done.

Feeling of being in on things.

Sympathetic help with personal


problems.

Job security.

Good wages.

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Motivating Factors

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Interesting work.

Promotion and growth in the


organization.

Personal loyalty to employees.

Good working conditions.

Tactful discipline.

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Ten Employee
Rewards

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Steps For Giving


Praise

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Management
Functions

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What is your
next step?

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