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I/O Psych Motivating Employees pt1

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Kei Villareal

on 26 July 2013

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MOTIVATING EMPLOYEES
So how do we motivate employees?
Is an Employee Predisposed to Being Motivated?
Employees can be motivated...
if
The employees have been given achievable goals
when
The employees receive feedback on their goal attainment
when
The organization rewards them for
achieving their goals
when
The employees perceive they are
being treated fairly
when
Their coworkers demonstrate a
high level of motivation
Personality
Self-esteem
Need for achievement
Intrinsic motivation
within... :)
A Presentation by:
Lorena Saivitri "BOOGY" R. Villareal
Industrial/Organizational Psychology
P - 302 owyeah
Under Miss Mary Joanne Francisco
BOOGY
Self-esteem workshops
Experience with success
- self-fulfilling prophecy
- trying new experiences and taking little steps
Supervisor behavior

- Pygmalion effect
- Golem effect
HOW?
Need for Achievement
McClelland (1961)

Need for achievement
Need for affiliation
Need for power
Three needs:
Employee Values and Expectations
Have the employee’s expectations been met?

- Maslow’s Needs Hierarchy
- ERG Theory
- Two-factor Theory
Maslow's
Heirarchy of Needs
ERG Theory
Growth
Existence
Relatedness
Two-Factor
Theory
MOTIVATORS
HYGIENE
FACTORS
Providing Feedback
Positive Feedback
Comparison of
Job Characteristics Theory
Employees desire jobs that are
Meaningful
Allow autonomy
Provide them with feedback


Jobs will have motivating potential if they have
Skill variety
Task identification
Task significance
Job Characteristics and Work Behavior
Fried and Ferris (1987) meta-analysis
if...
They have a personality that predisposes them to be motivated

when
Their expectations have been met
when
The job and organization are
consistent with their values
- Conscientiousness
-Chronic
-Situational
-Socially influenced
Increasing
Self-Esteem

- Realistic job previews (RJPs)
- Job descriptions

Have the employee’s needs, values and wants been met?

ERG
Responsibility
Growth
Challenge
Job control

Pay
Benefits
Coworkers
Security

Needs Theories
Setting Goals
Specific
Measurable
Difficult but attainable
Relevant
Time bound
Employee participation
should be specific
should be sincere
should be timely
Negative Feedback
should be constructive
concentrate on behaviors
always give in private
Self-Regulation Theory
FIN
~bOogs
ikaw na adrian!
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