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Motivation is derived from latin word Movere which mean "To

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Transcript of Motivation is derived from latin word Movere which mean "To

m
TIVATIOn
is derived from Latin word which mean
Motivation
" to move "
" The process that account for an individual's intensity, direction and persistence
of effort toward attaining a Goal "
ONCEPT OF MOTIVATION
* A need be felt by an individual in such a
way that it drives him/her to satisfy it.

*Needs: a physiological or psychological
imbalance leads to the creation of needs.

*Motives: propel individual to attain their
goals or satisfy their needs
wHAT IS MOTIVATION
Motivation is the answer to the question
" Why we do what we do "
"m"
motivates
"P"
otivator
motivates the erson
M
P
....
It is one of the most important duty of an entrepreneur to motivate people. Motivating people with visionary and shared goals is more favorable than motivating with tactics
motivation theories classified into two different perspectives.

*CONTENT THEORIES DEALS WITH "WHAT " MOTIVATE PEOPLE & ITS CONCERNED WITH INDIVIDUAL NEED AND GOALS.
*PROCESS THEORIES DEALS WITH "PROCESS" CONCERNED WITH
"WHO" MOTIVATION OCCURE
ontent theory about
abraham maslow's hierarchy of needs


of needs
*First level, physiological needs
*Second level, safety needs
*Third level, belonging needs
*forth level, self-esteem needs
*Fifth level (top-level), self-actualization needs
Alderfer's ERG Theory

* Physiological and safety needs are merged in
"Existence Needs "
* Belonging needs is named as "Relatedness Needs"
* Self-esteem needs & Self-actualization are merged "Growth Needs"
Motivation
is derived from Latin word
which mean

" to move "
" The process that account for an
individual's intensity, direction and persistence of effort toward
attaining a Goal "
cONCEPT OF MOTIVATION
* A need must be felt by an individual in such a
way that it drives him/her to satisfy it.
*peoples behavior is determine by what motives them
their performance is a product of both ability level
& motivation.

wHAT IS MOTIVATION
Motivation is the answer to the question
" Why we do what we do "
"m"
motivates
"P"
It is one of the most important duty
of an entrepreneur to motivate people.
Motivating people with visionary and
shared goals is more favorable than
motivating with tactics.
motivator motivates the person
A Classification of motivation theories
content vs process
A Classification of motivation theories
content vs process


*CONTENT THEORIES DEALS WITH "WHAT " MOTIVATE
PEOPLE & ITS CONCERNED WITH INDIVIDUAL NEED AND GOALS.

*PROCESS THEORIES DEALS WITH "PROCESS" CONCERNED
WITH "HOw" MOTIVATION OCCURE
content theory about
abraham maslow's hierarchy of needs
*First level, physiological needs
*Second level, safety needs
*Third level, belonging needs
*forth level, self-esteem needs
*Fifth level (top-level), self-actualization needs
of needs
the person who have
higher needs for
achievement seeks
achievement &tries
at attain challenging
goals.
needs of affiliation
the person who have a high need
for affiliation needs harmonious relationship with people
need of power
the person who have a need for
power wants to direct
command other people
the person who have a need
for power wants to direct
command other people
needs of power
EXPECTANCY : E ->P THE BELIEF OF THE PERSON THAT HER/HIS
EFORT (E) WILL RESULT ATTAINMENT OF DESIRE PERFORMANCE
(P) GOALS.
INSTRUMENTALITY P->R
& VALENCE
THE VALUE OF THE REWARD ACCORDING TO THE PERSON.


setting specific goals

the goals that are hard to achive
Goal theory
" Movere "
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