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    1 : Motivation Theory
    2 : Motivation Definition: 1) Internal drive to satisfy an unsatisfied need 2) Stimulus of behavior
    3 : Motivation Theories Content Theories: focus on the internal needs and desires that initiate, sustain and eventually terminate behavior. WHAT motivates someone Process Theories: seek to explain HOW behavior is initiated, sustained and terminated
    4 : Content Theories Maslow’s Hierarchy of Need Alderfer’s ERG Theory Herzberg’s 2-Factor Theory McClelland’s Learned Needs Theory
    5 : Definitions Frustration: occurs when needs can not be met Satisfaction: occurs when needs are met Despair: occurs when there is frustration without hope
    6 : Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs Stresses two fundamental premises: Human beings are wanting creatures whose needs depend on what they already have. (You need what you DON’T already have) Peoples’ needs are arranged in a hierarchy
    7 : Maslow 5th level: Self realization and fulfillment 4th level: Esteem and Status 3rd level: Affection and social activity 2nd level: Safety and security 1st level: Basic physiological needs
    8 : Alderfer’s ERG Theory Only 3 levels to the hierarchy: Existence needs: material and physical needs Relatedness needs: all needs that involve other people Growth needs: all needs involving creative efforts and/or productive contributions
    9 : Herzberg’s 2-Factor Theory Starts with the questions of what satisfies and dissatisfies people about their work Assumes the answers to those questions are key to understanding motivation Job Satisfaction consists of two separate and independent dimensions: Satisfiers or motivators Dissatisfiers or maintenance factors
    10 : Dissatisfiers/Maintenance Factors Presence is not motivational. Absences causes dissatisfaction Policies Salary Interpersonal relationships Job security Work conditions Status Technical supervision Personal life
    11 : Satisfiers/Motivators Not unhappy if they are absent; willing to work to get them Achievement Recognition Advancement The work itself Possibility of growth Responsibility
    12 : Mc Clelland’s Learned Needs Theory People learn their needs through life experience 3 sets of needs: Need for Achievement: need to excel Need for Power: need to control or influence others Need for Affiliation: need to associate with others. Form interpersonal relationships
    13 : Process Theories Focus on how individuals’ expectations and preferences for outcomes associated with their performance actually influence performance.
    14 : Vroom’s Expectancy Theory Vroom theorized that people are not only driven by their needs, but they make choices about what they will and will not do to fulfill their needs based on 3 conditions:
    15 : Vroom’s Conditions Person must believe that effort to perform at a particular level will make the desired performance or behavior more likely Desired performance or behavior must lead to some concrete outcome or reward Person must value the outcome
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