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Transcript of Motivation Presentation.
3)Start Your Day By Envisioning Success
5)Be a Leader
7)Work Out & Eat Right Intrinsic and Extrinsic Awards The Merriam-Webster dictionary defines it three ways
1) the process that initiates, guides and maintains goal-oriented behaviors. Motivation is what causes us to act, whether it is getting a glass of water to reduce thirst or reading a book to gain knowledge.
2) The reason or reasons one has for acing or behaving in a particular way.
3) The general desire or willingness of someone to do something. What is motivation? Examples of Motivation... Michael Jordan Intrinsic: Internal desire to accomplish a goal or task.
Extrinsic: Factors that are usually unrelated to the task at hand. Which may include money, food, etc. Victor and Brad's Story The textbook definitions for motivation are; "the force of the need or desire to act" and "the willingness to make an effort toward accomplishment." NYU.edu defines motivation as; the main cause of behavior to someone’s psychological needs. Motivation Theories: Maslow's hierarchy of needs Clayton Alderfer ERG Theory 3 steps:
•Existence: Meet the needs of life
•Relatedness: Social acceptance
•Growth: Internal needs esteem McClelland’s manifest needs theory Three basic, coexisting needs:
•Power: Control and influence over others
•Affiliation: acceptance from others
•Achievement: goal oriented and take personal responsibility Fredrick Herzb's Two-Factor Theory •Hygienes: are external factors connected to the job that make it a nice place to work
•Motivators: are internal motivators found within the work itself Job Enrichment •Skill Variety and Task Identity: Use of multiple skills to meaningfully work on a job and see it through to completion.
•Task Significance: Knowing the job being done affects others
•Autonomy: Ability to work and make decisions
•Feedback: Knowing the results of one’s work B.F. Skinner, reinforcement theory and behavior modification •Motivation: the willingness to move toward reaching a goal. Motivation can be intrinsic or extrinsic. Motivation can be kept high through an understanding of needs and behavior reinforcement. GAME TIME!!!! What are the two types of awards tied to motivaton? A. Intrinsic and Organizational
B. Extrinsic and Need Based
C. Intrinsic and Extrinsic
D. Organizational and Need Based Persistence
Be a leader
Work Out & Eat Right Surround Yourself With Positive & Motivating People
Start Your Day By Envisioning Success Name one of the seven tips for a positive outcome. Which theory is not need based? A. Abraham Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs
B. Expectancy Theory
C. Herzberg’s Two-Factor Theory
D. Alderfer’s ERG Theory Finally!!