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Basic introduction to motivation theories and their relation to employee job satisfiers and job motivational factors.

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  • 1. What is Motivation?
    Motivation is the internaldriveto accomplish a particular goal.In a work setting, motivation is what makes people wantto work.

2. Ten Morale-Building Factors
Interesting Work
Full appreciation of work done
Involvement
Good pay
Job security
Promotion and growth
Good working conditions
Loyalty to employees
Help with personal problems
Tactful discipline
3. Other Morale-Building Factors
PERKS
Autonomy
Status
Responsibility
Flexible Scheduling
Benefits
Others?
4. Maslows Hierarchy of Needs
Self-
Actualization
Esteem / Ego
Social or Belongingness
Safety and Security
Physiological
5. Maslows Hierarchy of Needs
Physiological
6. Factors in the Workplace Meeting Physiological Needs
Physical Comfort
Temperature
Working Conditions
Inside/Outside
Lunch and Rest Breaks
Bathroom Facilities
Ergonomics
7. Maslows Hierarchy of Needs
Safety and Security
Physiological
8. Factors in the Workplace Meeting Safety and Security Needs
Safety
Job Security
Seniority
Benefits
MONEY
Retirement Plans
9. Maslows Hierarchy of Needs
Social or Belongingness
Safety and Security
Physiological
10. Factors in the Workplace Meeting Social or Belongingness Needs
Relationships with co-workers
Relationships with Supervisors
Teams
Fun
Social Events
11. Maslows Hierarchy of Needs
Esteem / Ego
Social or Belongingness
Safety and Security
Physiological
12. Factors in the Workplace Meeting Esteem/Ego Needs
Opportunities for Growth & Advancement
Promotions
Job Titles
Recognition
PERKS
Training & Development
Positive Feedback on Performance
13. Maslows Hierarchy of Needs
Self-
Actualization
Esteem / Ego
Social or Belongingness
Safety and Security
Physiological
14. Factors in the Workplace Meeting Self-Actualization Needs
Meaningful Work
Sense of Satisfaction
Accomplishment
Self-Improvement
Improving Others and/or Society
Be all that you can be.
15. Hersbergs Model of Motivation
Two-Factor Theory:
Hygiene vs. Motivational Factors
Compare to Maslow
Achievement
Growth Potential
The Work Itself
Motivational Factors
Self-Actualization &
Esteem Needs
Recognition
Advancement
Responsibility
Interpersonal
Relations
Hygiene or Maintenance Factors
Social Needs
Safety Needs
Physiological
Job Security
Company Policy
Working Conditions
Salary
16. Which factors outweigh others in maintaining productive attitudes on the Job?
Quality of Work Life?
Basics?
Opportunities for Advancement
Autonomy (self-management)
Company Culture
Spouses Job Opportunities
Schools
Local Community
Salary
Vacation
Bonuses
Retirement Plans
Health Insurance
Sick Leave
17. Other Motivational Theorists
McClelland
Vroom
McClellands Acquired Needs Theory
Need for achievement
Need for affiliation
Need for power
Vrooms Expectancy Theory
Views motivation as a process of choices
Behaviors stem from expecting certain results
18. Contemporary Motivational Strategies
Motivation through job design
Job rotation
Job enlargement
Job enrichment
Motivation through incentives
Training and education
Motivation through empowerment
Teambuilding
19. Positive Reinforcement & Recognition:Job-Related Confirming Behaviors
Praise
Positive Written Communication
Orientation and Training
Active Listening
Courtesy
20. Barriers to Positive Reinforcement
Preoccupation with self
Narcissism
Misconceptions about positive reinforcement
The too busy syndrome
Not identifying commendable actions
Not knowing what to say or do
Lack of appropriate role models
21. Self-Motivation Strategies
Take control of your expectations
Fight the urge to underachieve
Learn to love the job you hate
Build immunity to cynicism
Strive for balance