Intrinsic Motivation Essays (Examples)

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Using Intrinsic Rewards to Motivate Employees

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Intrinsic Motivation
The Scanlon plan that is described in the case hurts the employees' intrinsic motivation. This is because the plan was making use of "if-then" economic rewards that are known to offer short-term performance improvements. When Ron Bent was hired as the plant manager, the company's productivity was already on a decline and implementing the Scanlon plan resulted in improved productivity. During this time the employees' no longer saw the bonuses as benefits, but rather as their right and it is for this reason that they began getting disgruntled when the bonuses were not being paid for a couple of months (Michael Beer & Collins, 2008). Making use of performance rewards based on if-then is usually recommended for a short-term. The motivation for the employees will wane as they get accustomed to the rewards attached to their performance and most of them will lose interest in the work they…… [Read More]

References

Michael Beer, & Collins, E. (2008). Engstrom Auto Mirror Plant: Motivating in Good times and Bad. Havard Business Publishing.

Pink, D. H. (2011). Drive: The surprising truth about what motivates us. New York, NY: Riverhead Books.

 


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Motivation Is the Key to Materializing Energy

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Motivation is the key to materializing energy and getting things accomplished. Organizational relationships require proper motivation from all sides of the relationships. Leaders must be motivated and workers must be motivated as well in order to succeed at any mission. The purpose of this essay is to design an organizational motivation plan that encourages and maintains a high level of performance from the members of the Woo Widget Company. The essay will first describe the need for the plan before introducing key components of the system that intends to increase the productivity and efficiency of the employees at Woo.

Before designing a motivational plan that will work in this environment, it is necessary to reveal some important facts that contribute to the motivating factors of the employees at this organization. WooWoo designs widgets, but the widget that WooWoo makes is a clone of a nationally known widget. Woo sells their…… [Read More]

References

Amabile, T. (1997). Motivating Creativity in Organizations. California Management Review 40, 1, 1997. Retrieved from http://bear.warrington.ufl.edu/weitz/mar7786/articles/amabile%20ccal%20mgt%20revie w.pdf

Osterloh, M. et al. (2002). The Dynamics of Motivation in New Organizational Forms. International Journal of the Economics of Business, 9,1, 2002; 61-77. Retrieved from  http://www.bsfrey.ch/articles/366_02.pdf 

Vallerand, R.J. (March 08, 1993). The Academic Motivation Scale: A Measure of Intrinsic, Extrinsic, and Amotivation in Education. Educational and Psychological Measurement, 52, 4, 1003-17.
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Motivation What Is it Like to Have

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Motivation

What is it like to have enthusiasm? Does this come from within one person? Are outside influences important as well? Can it change someone's life? One will discuss motivation and provide examples as to how it impacts an individual on regular basis.

Intrinsic motivation is what comes from inside a person. For example, he or she is motivated to learn at school in order to get the best grade possible. This can make someone work hard at achieving their goals. If he or she wants an A in Biology, then he or she will work twice as hard to accomplish this. In the long run, the individual may or may not get what it is they want despite having the drive. Extrinsic motivation is important as well.

When it comes to extrinsic motivation, a person looks outside of themselves in order to seek ways in which to do a…… [Read More]

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Motivation Organizational Behavior Has Long

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These performance appraisals are usually given to employees by managers. Such appraisals occur once or twice per year, depending upon the industry and the position of the employee. In some cases, performance appraisals are carried out by colleagues. egardless of how feedback is given most organizations recognize it as a legitimate and productive way to judge performance and present employees with ways to improve job performance.

Examples of Employee motivation

According to Neff (2002) the ability to motivate employees is an essential component in creating an organization that is successful. The author points out that the most successful organizations in the world are always succeeding in making certain that job satisfaction and motivation are primary priorities. These organizations have realized that employees who are motivated are also more productive and therefore improve the bottom line. Greater productivity usually leads to greater job satisfaction and ultimately greater customer satisfaction. The author…… [Read More]

References

Brief, a.P., & Weiss, H.M. (2002). Organizational Behavior: Affect in the Workplace. 279+.

Cameron, J., & Pierce, W.D. (2002). Rewards and Intrinsic Motivation: Resolving the Controversy. Westport, CT: Bergin & Garvey.

Kermally, S. (2005). Gurus on Managing People. London: Thorogood.

London, M. (2003). Job Feedback: Giving, Seeking, and Using Feedback for Performance Improvement. Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.
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Motivation the Present Study Aims to Establish

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Motivation

The present study aims to establish a relationship between academic motivation and academic self-efficacy. More specifically we will be looking at whether individuals with high academic self-efficacy possess high intrinsic or high extrinsic motivation levels. A sample of approximately 100 undergraduate students will complete the Academic Motivation Scale, which measures their level of academic motivation as well as their type of motivation, and the College Academic Self-Efficacy Scale to measure their level of academic self-efficacy. It is expected that individuals with high levels of academic self-efficacy will also show high levels of intrinsic academic motivation. These findings are significant in that they would give insight as to the reason students strive toward success, which if known could play a role in the increase in college admission and retention, for if it is known what motivates one to perform well academically, it is thus known what to target as far…… [Read More]

References

Bandura, A. (1991). Social cognitive theory of self-regulation. Organizational Behavior

and Human Decision Processes, 50, 248 -- 287.

Bandura, A. (1997). Self-efficacy: the exercise of control. New York, Freeman.

Carway, K., Tucker, C.M., Reinke, W.M., & Hall, C. (2003). Self-efficacy, goal orientation, and fear of failure as predictors Of school engagement in high school students, Psychology in the School, 40, 417 -- 427.
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Motivation Performance & Achivement the

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Additionally, those who were in the test group also scored, on average 20% higher on the test when it was graded by the researcher. Though the case study was based on an abnormal psychology case the questions are associated with content (i.e. reading comprehension) and are not expected to be interpretive. The group was also debriefed at the close of the exam and informed of the nature of the exam and the resulting scoring, which was based on participation as apposed to test scores.

Discussion

This brief research work demonstrates that extrinsic motivation (in an anomalous form) motivates students to achieve success on tests. The balance between intrinsic (results of moderate scores on MSLQ) and extrinsic, the motivation to score high on the exam as an impetus to a higher extra credit score, as apposed to a participation only score motivated those students in the test group to pay closer…… [Read More]

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Motivation in Schools

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Intrinsic vs. Extrinsic Motivation in Schools

"Do students Care About Learning?"

"What Engages Underachieving Middle School Students in Learning?"

"Intrinsic vs. Extrinsic Motivation in Schools: A Reconciliation"

In "Intrinsic vs. Extrinsic Motivation in Schools: A Reconciliation," Martin V. Covington argues that both approaches can be effective if done well, and do not necessarily have to be incompatible. In his evaluation of the literature, he found that other factors, such as how interested the student is in the work, how successful they feel, affect student effort. He also found that the extrinsic reward of a good grade increased intrinsic motivation. He recommended a grading practice that compared each student's performance to a set standard, rather than grading on a curve, can increase intrinsic motivation.

In "Do students Care About Learning?" Marge Scherer interviewed author Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi regarding his book about youth and the world of work. The participants reported eight times…… [Read More]

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Motivation Is a Huge Way

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The U.S. Of se intrinsic motivators, such as challenging work loads, to increase both responsibility and ownership of the work (ashaway-Bokina 2000). This was seen as a strong motivator even in the context of students (Gottfried & Gottfried 1996). Thus, money does not always have to be the end result, but the concept of overcoming the challenge and truly owning one's work can be enough of a motivator, especially in the case of unpaid interns where financial compensation is out of the question.

References

Elliot, A.J. & Church, M.A. (1997). A hierarchical model of approach and avoidance achievement motivation. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology. Vol. 72:218-322.

Gottfried, A.E. & Gottfried, A.W. (1996). A longitudinal study of academic intrinsic motivation in intellectually gifted children: children through early adolescence. Gifted Child Quarterly. 40(4):179-182.

ashaway-Bokina, Nancy. (2000). Recognizing and nurturing intrinsic motivation: a cautionary tale. Roeper Review. 22(4):225-227.

azenby, Scott. (2008). How…… [Read More]

Lashaway-Bokina, Nancy. (2000). Recognizing and nurturing intrinsic motivation: a cautionary tale. Roeper Review. 22(4):225-227.

Lazenby, Scott. (2008). How to motivate employees: what research is telling us. Public Management. 90(8):22-25.

Locke, E.A. & Latham, G.P. (2002). Building a practically useful theory of goal setting and task motivation: a 35-year odyssey. American Psychologist. Vol. 57:705-717.
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Motivation Two Cases Examined the

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In this case one may imagine the student who attending class in school and cannot concentrate on what is being taught because their stomach is rumbling from lack of having eaten and they also have a headache from a general lack of nutrition. Furthermore, this student has no sense of security or safety and is nervous and anxious.

Example 2: The individual in this example is not hungry and they are not tired but they are nervous because their parents fought all night and this resulted in their being awake and scared the neighbors would call the police again and that their parents would wind up in jail by morning. This individual has no inner motivation to learn because they are worried and stressed about their own safety and security in their home life. This individual may very well be extrinsically motivated to learn but have not reached the level…… [Read More]

Bibliography

Soenens, Bart et al. (2005) Maladaptive Perfectionist Self-representation: The mediational link between psychological control and adjustment. Personality and Individual Differences 38 (2005). Online available at Science Direct:

http://www.psych.rochester.edu/SDT/documents/2005_SoenensVansteenkisteLuytenDuriezGossens_PAID.pdf

Michalik, Nicole M. et al. (2007) Longitudinal Relations among Parental Emotional Expressivity and Sympathy and Prosocial Behavior in Adolescence. Social Development May 2007 Vol. 16 No.2. Online available at: ttp:/ / www.pubmedcentral.nih.gov/articlerender.fcgi?artid=1949391

Experience Alters How We Perceive Emotion (2002) Science Daily - Science News. 18 Jun 2002. Online available at http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2002/06/020618072601.htm
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Motivation When it Comes to

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It is also possibly one of the most significant motivational factors among young people. Zuckerman refer to disinhibition as follows. "These who choose to follow a conventional lifestyle might periodically escape by engaging in social drinking..." (Franken, 2001, p. 343). This is an important factor as the desire or need for disinhibition may lead to an addictive patterns of behavior, where the drugs or alcohol supply the required escape from routine and inhibitory factors.

Disinhibition is also strongly related to the conventions of society where the individual may feel hemmed in and confined by the routine and patterns of ordinary life. This can lead to addictive behavior as the use of drugs or substances are motivated by the desire to free one's self and sense of identity and fulfill experiential needs.

The central concept that links al of these motivational theories is that they all can be seen to contribute…… [Read More]

References

http://www.questia.com/PM.qst?a=o&d=57300683

Ammerman, R.T., Ott, P.J., & Tarter, R.E. (Eds.). (1999). Prevention and Societal Impact of Drug and Alcohol Abuse. Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates. Retrieved December 6, 2007, from Questia database: http://www.questia.com/PM.qst?a=o&d=57300683

Barkley, J.M. (2006). Reading Education: Is Self-Efficacy Important?. Reading

Improvement, 43(4), 194+.
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Intrinsic Extrinsic Religiosity on School Climate

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education is struggling to uncover the reasons for continuing levels of academic achievements, and recover its place of world class leadership which it once held. While academic levels in public schools have suffered to the greatest extent over the years, the same cannot be said regarding religious education, in particular catholic schools. These schools continue to produce higher levels of academic achievement, and more students who continue on to college that similar public schools. This research is an initial investigation into possible reasons for this phenomenon.

Educational difficulties across the nation have been receiving increasing amounts of attention. Despite the attention of teachers, researchers, and rhetoricians, the academic performance in public schools is not making appreciable improvements. The classroom is becoming more diverse, and multicultural. While this perceived shift is understood as a positive adaptation to he different needs of the individual student, the results is that the teacher is…… [Read More]

Bibliography

Batson, D.C., Schoenrade, P., & Ventis, L.W. (1993). Religion and the Individual: A Social-Psychological Perspective. New York, New York: Oxford University Press.

Baumol, W., and R. Highsmith. (1988). "Variables affecting success in economic education: Preliminary findings from a new data base." American Economic Review Papers and Proceedings 78 (May): 257-62.

Bryk, A.S., Lee, V.E., & Holland, P.B. (1993). Catholic Schools and the Common Good. Cambridge, Massachusetts: Harvard University Press.

Power, E. (1996) Religion and the Public Schools in 19th Century America: The Contribution of Orestes A. Brownson. Paulist Press.
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Motivation in the Workplace

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Workplace Motivation

This paper investigates the issue of motivation as it applies to an organizational setting.

The research regarding motivation in the workplace has been a major area of investigation that is of interest to corporate leaders, managers, organizational psychologists, and educators. The issue that this paper will discuss has to do with the particular factors that managers and leaders can address to increase the motivation of their workers to perform as well as to increase the job satisfaction levels of their employees. However, motivation is only one issue regarding increased productivity or increased job satisfaction; we would certainly think that at a basic level an employee would need a certain level of motivation to perform as well as the ability to actually do the job (as it turns out the research is consistent with this type of common-sense thinking). However, the actual types of interventions/activities that can be used…… [Read More]

References

Argyris, C. 1993, Knowledge for action: a guide to overcoming barriers to organizational change, Jossey-Bass, San Francisco, CA.

Chien, J.C. 2013,'Examining Herzberg's Two Factor Theory in a large Chinese chemical fiber company' World Academy of Science, Engineering and Technology, vol. 78, no. 248, pp.1433-1438.

Gneezy, U. And Rustichini, A. 2000, 'Pay enough or don't pay at all', Quarterly Journal of Economics vol. 115, no. 3, pp. 791-810.

Hackman, J.R. And Oldham, G.R. 1980, Work redesign. Pearson Education Inc., Upper Saddle River, N.J.
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Motivation Motivating the Seemingly Unmotivated

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Extrinsic rewards should only be used when other efforts to actively engage students in learning has failed; (3) In the event extrinsic rewards must be utilized, they should be "just powerful enough to control behavior" and should be eliminated in phases before all intrinsic motivation is lost.

Jones, Vermette, and Jones posit in their article, "An Integration of "Backwards Planning' Unit Design with the "Two Step" Lesson Planning Framework," planning and engaging students in effective lessons is a fundamental component of successful teaching and therefore, motivating students (Skowron, 2001). The authors created the concept of backwards planning which requires educators to start with a nominal list of essential questions all students must answer by the end of the lesson plan. With the end goal in mind, teachers then design assessments based on those understandings and strategically crafted lessons to achieve the desired objectives. Once the goals and assessments have been…… [Read More]

References

Alvermann, L. (1999). Classroom goal orientation, school belonging, and social goals as predictors of students' positive and negative affect following the transition to middle school. Journal of Research and Development in Education, 32(2), 89-103.

Assor, A., Kaplan, H., Kanat-Maymon, Y., & Roth, G. (2005). Directly controlling teacher behaviors as predictors of poor motivation and engagement in girls and boys: The role of anger and anxiety. Learning and Instruction, 15, 397-413.

Assor, A., Kaplan, H., & Roth, g. (2002). Choice is good, but relevance is excellent: Autonomy enhancing and suppressing teaching behaviors predicting students' engagement in schoolwork. British Journal of Educational Psychology, 27, 261-278.

Assor, A., Roth, G., & Deci, E. (2004). The emotional costs of parents' conditional regard: A self-determination theory analysis. Journal of Personality, 72, 47-88.
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Motivation the Success of Any

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In the absence of both factors, employee motivation will not work. Green and Butkus also shared that although Vroom's model had been widely accepted for a number of years, it lacked applicability that it cannot be used in practice.

Aside from Vroom, Green and Butkus (1999) also shared about Green's own Belief System model. This model was actually a practical application of Viktor Vroom's Expectancy Theory and was reported to be better utilized by the workforce. The Belief System Theory focused on using a structured and facilitated meeting between the supervisor and the staff. This meeting becomes a venue to discuss motivational problems on the areas that Vroom had developed and will provide the manager and the employee with a specific period to help address motivational issues in their workplace.

Discussion

Whiteley and Kerr's ideas focus on an individual's motivation and how it can be used to help him contribute…… [Read More]

References

The American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition. (2000). Houghton Mifflin Company.

Kerr, Steven. (1997). Ultimate Rewards: what really motivates people to achieve. Boston, Ma. Harvard Business School Press.

Whiteley, Philip. (2002). Motivation. Oxford, United Kingdom Capstone Publishing, Ltd.

Green, Thad B. And Butkus, Raymond T. (1999). Motivation, beliefs and organizational transformation. Westport, Conn. Quorum Books.
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Extrinsic and Intrinsic Pay Programs

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Intrinsic vs. Extrinsic Motivation

Motivation

A detailed analysis of how differing organizations use various blends of extrinsic and intrinsic compensation and benefits strategies to maximize organizational potential to meet the needs of the workforce. Describes the myriad factors including the industry, strategic planning, compensation philosophy and recruitment/retention strategies that when balanced, create a changing yet dynamic and motivated generational workforce that succeeds in accomplishing workplace goals.

Intrinsic vs. Extrinsic Motivation

The purpose of this analysis is to describe how different organizations can potentially use different blends of extrinsic and intrinsic compensation and benefits strategies to maximize organizational potential to meet the needs of their workforce. Traditionally compensation has been a highly volatile and controversial aspect of human resource management, with managers typically siding on the intrinsic or extrinsic side of compensation strategies. However research suggests that a program must address multiple factors that will balance both extrinsic and intrinsic factors…… [Read More]

References:

Hendriks, P. & Sousa, S. 2008. Motivating University Researchers. Higher Education Policy, 21,

pp.359-376.

Kunz, J. & Quitmann, A.2011. The influence of incentive systems on intrinsic motivation.

Zeitschrift fur Personal forschung, 25(1), 55-76.
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Role of Motivation in Employee Productivity

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Motivation and Job Satisfaction in the Banking Sector

The success of any organization relies much on the employees and the productivity of the employees. Members of staff who are highly motivated are the key to bringing in high performance to the organization hence there is a constant need to ensure that the spirits of the employees and their satisfaction are always high and that the employees find meaning and purpose in their obs.

As a manager of one of the branches of our bank, it is my duty to ensure that the employees under my jurisdiction are well motivated for me to post good results at the end of the year. Of critical concern to me at the moment is increasing the performance of the lending officers in my branch and also reducing the levels of absenteeism and the currently high turn over of the tellers.

The approaches that I…… [Read More]

References

Cherry K, (2015). What Is the Difference Between Extrinsic and Intrinsic Motivation? Retrieved April 5, 2015 from http://psychology.about.com/od/motivation/f/difference-between-extrinsic-and-intrinsic-motivation.htm

Ryan R.M. & Deci E.L., (2000). Contemporary Educational Psychology: Intrinsic and Extrinsic Motivations: Classic Definitions and New Directions. Retrieved April 5, 2015 from http://www.self-determinationtheory.org/SDT/documents/2000_RyanDeci_IntExtDefs.pdf
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Motivation Theory Organizations Include Many Different Types

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Motivation Theory

Organizations include many different types of people and personalities that in turn create a need for different types of motivational strategies. In organizations we can have three types of setting that we work in: sales, production, and educational. Every individual is molded and shaped by the experiences that life has presented to that individual, and these experiences can impact the manner and attitude by which they perceive motivation. To a degree, motivation is very personal and what may initiate the motivational drive in some people may not do so for others. Motivation processes set the tone of the organizational goals, which is why organizations should develop comprehensive and diverse motivational strategies. The theory that I propose combines Herzberg's Motivation-Hygiene theory and the Maslow-based Existence, elatedness, and Growth (EG) theory of motivation. I will call this theory the Motivational Balance Theory. The ultimate goal of this thorough motivational theory…… [Read More]

References

"ERG Theory." NET MBA. Retrieved online:  http://www.netmba.com/mgmt/ob/motivation/erg/ 

"Herzberg's Motivation-Hygiene Theory (Two Factor Theory)." NET MBA. Retrieved online:  http://www.netmba.com/mgmt/ob/motivation/herzberg/ 

Weller, M. (2005). General principles of motivation. Los Angeles Business Journal, March 14, 2005. Retrieved online: http://honolulu.hawaii.edu/intranet/committees/FacDevCom/guidebk/teachtip/motivate.htm
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Motivation Theory The Implementation of Motivation in

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Motivation Theory:

The Implementation of Motivation in the Workplace

Motivation lends a hand to one to achieve goals and can be either intrinsic or extrinsic (TheManager.org, 2001). In multiple theories, motivation is the need to decrease pain or increase one's happiness. Through the study of motivation, a management team will be better able to inspire their employees and the company as a whole. The satisfaction the employees may have the possibility to create internal happiness, a pleasant work environment, and an increase in productivity. This is especially true when one's motivation comes directly from bodily deficits, which then causes them to work towards reversing said deficit (Houghton Mifflin, 1998).

Example

A retail or commission-based job often requires a certain amount of products or services to be sold by an employee in a given set of time. In the financial bank setting, it is a common practice for the financial bankers…… [Read More]

References

Houghton Mifflin. (1998). Teaching concepts: Motivation. Retrieved January 21, 2011 from  http://college.cengage.com/education/pbl/tc/motivate.html 

TheManager.org. (2001). Motivation -- Basic concepts and theories. Retrieved January 21, 2011

from  http://www.themanager.org/Resources/Motivation.htm
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Motivation the Latin Root of

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esearch has identified ability, effort, task difficulty, and luck as the most important achievement attributions. The last category focuses on two issues: how motivation gets translated into regulated behavior, and how motivation and cognition are linked.

These theories can provide insights into the leader who is trying to motivate others to follow. It must be understood that no two people are motivated in the same way. For a committee with a small number of members, it may be best to look at each person and define how he or she is best motivated and then put these different individuals into groups and decide what can be the specific motivator for each group. For example, those individuals who are extrinsically motivated may be motivated if they receive some form of gratitude from the principal. In order to determine the particular motivations of these individuals, it may be necessary to talk one-on-one…… [Read More]

References

Wigfield, a (2002). Motivational Beliefs, Values and Goals. Annual Review of Psychology. 109+.
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Motivation Two Views of a

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Although his theory is not necessarily incompatible with Maslow and Alderfer's ideas, Herzberg places less emphasis on basic needs, and more upon using higher, internal needs to elicit optimal performance from the individual.

One common objection to theories of human motivation, of course, is that different types of people appear to be motivated by different things. For example, one teacher may choose his or her position because of job security, while another teacher may be more motivated by the idea of changing children's lives. This means that different strategies must be deployed in motivating people within the same organization or within different professions: a salesperson may be motivated by different things than a professor. "According to David McClelland's an individual's specific needs are acquired over time and are shaped by one's life experiences. Most of these needs can be classed as either achievement, affiliation, or power" (McClelland's theory of needs,…… [Read More]

References

Herzberg's Two-Factor theory. (2010). Net MBA. Retrieved February 23, 2010.

 http://www.netmba.com/mgmt/ob/motivation/herzberg/ 

McClelland's theory of needs. (2010). Net MBA. Retrieved February 23, 2010.

 http://www.netmba.com/mgmt/ob/motivation/mcclelland/
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Motivation for Many Years Motivational

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The vertical differentiations are associated with the components of abstraction that permit individuals to determine both their intentions and their behaviors. The horizontal differentiation is associated with different intentions including the completion of the project.

Tubbs and Eckeberg (1991) assert that understanding the intentional model has implications associated with understanding the effects of goal setting. The authors argue that the intentional behavior model explains the cognitive effects of goals which is rarely seen in research pertaining to work motivation. The authors posit that the research is important because it is the first time that research has sought to determine the impact that goals have on people.

Finally Latham and Pinder (2005) discuss Work Motivation Theory and research at the dawn of the twenty-first century. The author point out that interest in motivational theories has not waned since they first begin to surface. According to the authors, work motivation represents a…… [Read More]

References

Klein J.I. (1990) Feasibility Theory: A Resource Munificence Model of Work motivation and Behavior. Academy of Management Review. 15 (4) pgs. 646-645.

Latham G.P., Pinder, C.C. (2005) Work Motivation Theory and Research at the Dawn of the Twenty-First Century. Annual Review of Pyschology. 56: 485-516.

Tubbs M.E., Eckeberg S.E. (1991) Academy of Management Review. 15(1) pgs. 180-199.
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Motivation My Motivation to Seek

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The final piece of the puzzle clicked for me during the recent (and possibly ongoing) recession, when I viewed the extra strain that was placed on my parents due to cutbacks at work, worries about pensions, and the falling value of their home. Their lack of education severely limited my parents' options in terms of dealing with and recovering from the recession, as there were fewer occupational opportunities available should one of them lose their job, and moving into a different area of work would also have been more difficult both for lack of experience and because employers so often look for a college degree simply as a prerequisite during the application process. Witnessing their fears and the very real change in their lifestyle that occurred due to my parent's lack of a sense of financial security made me increasingly determined to never be in this situation myself, and to…… [Read More]

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Improve Student Motivation This Is

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For example, let's say that a student has tremendous amounts of respect for their history teacher. While at the same time, they do not like their math teacher. These two contrasting views will have a negative impact on how they will deal with a host of situation. As, the student is more willing to listen to ideas of teachers they like and respect. Whereas those educators, that are often looked down upon will be ineffective in reaching out to their student. This is significant, because it is showing how inside the classroom the teacher must be able to relate to each person. As a result, the way that this idea can be used in the classroom is to establish an initial foundation of support for the educator and the views that are being presented. The way that this is accomplished is through effectively reaching out to the student by ensuring…… [Read More]

McFerrin, K. (2008). Proceedings of Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education International Conference. Chesapeake, VA: AACE.

McGlyn, A. (2009). Millennials in College. Education Digest, 73 (6), 19 -- 22.

Shindler, J. (2010). Transformative Classroom Management. San Francisco, CA: Josey Bass.
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Organizational Motivation Leadership Effective and Positive Leadership

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Organizational Motivation Leadership

Effective and positive leadership is a basic foundation for any administrative institution to yield good results and therefore cause a great impact.

In this study we base our focus on a critical organization which is the infant daycare.

Infant daycare organization

Infant daycare centers are organizations that focus on the welfare of the child by providing care while the parent goes to work or gets engaged in other activities that may not allow the mother of father to be around the child during the day. The state requires that such organizations meet certain standards of safety, health and that the staff should have proper training. These institutions are normally equipped with fun toys and learning materials with the qualified caregivers trying as much as they can to make the life of infants as comfortable as possible. With the many challenges that infants face including having to master…… [Read More]

References

Bob Whipple, (2012). Leaders Creating Meaning. Retrieved April 4, 2012 from http://leadergrow.com/articles/105-leaders-create-meaning

CEO Flow, (2008). CEO Flow, (2008). The Four Rewards of Intrinsic Motivation. Retrieved April 4, 2012  http://www.ceoflow.com/2008/08/the-four-rewards-of-intrinsic-motivation/ 

David McCelland, (2012). Human Relations Contributors. Retrieved April 4, 2012

 http://www.accel-team.com/human_relations/hrels_06_mcclelland.html
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HR Motivation Many HR Performance Issues Result

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H Motivation

Many H performance issues result underlying motivational problems external work environment finance. Describing a motivational problem hinders goal attainment. Briefly describe problem (,) Use theory motivation explain problem

H performance issues:

Motivational problems in the financial services industry

"Often an employee knows how to perform correctly, the process is good, and all resources are available, but for one reason or another, chooses not to do so, which normally means it is a motivational issue" (Clark 2010). In the past, during the era of scientific management, motivational issues were dealt with by rigorously governing employee movement in a very strict and controlled fashion. However, this can stifle employee creativity and enthusiasm for the task. The obvious motivator for most people to work is money. For example, in the financial services industry, money is a major motivator in terms of how salary and compensation is structured. The expectation of a…… [Read More]

References

Clark, Don. (2010). Motivation and performance. Big Dog Little Dog. Retrieved from:

 http://www.nwlink.com/~donclark/performance/motivation.html 

Hollon, John. (2011). Weekly wrap: Best Buy and ROWE -- Yes, flex work works, at least for them. TLNT. Retrieved from:

http://www.tlnt.com/2011/04/08/weekly-wrap-best-buy-and-rowe-yes-flex-work-works-at-least-for-them/
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theory of motivation and maslows hierarchy of needs

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Both observation and experiment provided the underpinning for Abraham Maslow’s theory of human motivation. Maslow (1943) posits, “man is a perpetually wanting animal,” leading to the constant striving to fulfill goals (p. 370). If and when anything prevents the fulfillment of a goal—whether the obstacle is internal or external—discomfort or psychopathy can occur (Maslow, 1943). Although Maslow’s original research was conducted decades ago, recent research on motivation and human behavior continues to substantiate Maslow’s core claims. Researchers continue to operationalize Maslow’s definitions of needs and motivation, leading to a strengthening of the original theory and expanded applications in the social sciences. Maslow himself wrote extensively to develop and mature a comprehensive theory of human motivation based on the hierarchy of needs model. The original needs hierarchy consists of five fundamental needs: for physiological comfort and fulfillment, for safety and security, for belongingness, for esteem, and for self-actualization. Although definitions of…… [Read More]

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Learning Motivation Learning and Motivation

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') (Tingstrom et al., 226) in correspondence with the example provided by the researchers responsible for this evaluation, it may be deduced that such method of positive reinforcement implementation is best suited to a younger educational context such as grammar school. It may only be considered appropriate to attach the positive consequences of individual efforts with the capabilities of an entire class in settings where future prospects such as class rank and college admissions have not yet entered into the discourse over performance motivators.

Tingstrom et al. also identify the independent group-oriented contingencies, which "involve consequences, and criteria for all group members, but access to reinforcement for each group member is based on each member's performance (e.g., 'whoever makes a 90% or higher on the end chapter math test will be able to pick a prize from the treasure chest.' (Tingstrom et al., 226) in many ways, this has proved…… [Read More]

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Organizational Behavior Motivation Western Motels

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At Western Motels, when maids quit their job, they refuse to give a reason for this. Such a situation may occur because they do not feel comfortable talking to their superiors.

This is connected with the organizational problems discussed above. In order to improve communication, it is important that managers build the right infrastructure and to communicate openly (Smith, 2003).

7. There are many problems that must be addressed at Western Motels. The problems with employee retention cannot be solved in a short period of time. Their solution is based on building a consistent, solid, sustainable organizational culture that is able to fulfill the needs and requirements of employees.

The starting point should be represented by building a strong set of values to represent the company and to attract and retain employees. Next, the company should focus on the financial aspects that are important for all employees, no matter what…… [Read More]

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early childhood education and motivation

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Mr. Cardot is doing a great job using extrinsic motivation, but what would really help his students to grasp the concept of setting in stories would be to increase the use of intrinsic motivation. Increasing intrinsic motivation requires Mr. Cardot to connect with this second grade class, understanding their needs and creating lessons that are responsive to their needs to be "competent, connected, and in control," (Chapter 12, p. 451). Being competent, connected, and in control simply means that the students need to be challenged just enough. As Woolfolk puts it, "Moderate difficulty provides a challenge, but not an unreasonable one," (p. 452). Lessons that are too difficult might end up creating long-term problems in the classroom including learned helplessness and frustration.

Perhaps the lessons on setting have been over their heads, offering concepts or vocabulary that they are unfamiliar with and so are not responding. It is also possible…… [Read More]

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Motivational Theories and Factors Motivation

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A 2006 study of nurses cited "unsupportive management structures, autocratic and dehumanizing management styles…lack of autonomy in the workplace, professional jealousies...sub-optimal physical working conditions and shortage of staff…lack of opportunities for promotion or continuing one's professional education…inaccurate systems of performance…compounded by favoritism and racism" (King & McInerney 2006). While poor pay was an additional complaint, it was not the primary complaint. Although some of these stressors are institutional, others suggest that the intrinsic motivations of these workers, such as a desire for more education, were not satisfied.

Expectancy theory or the theory that individuals live up to expectations, seems to be supported by this data: when the nurses were solicited for input and treated like competent professionals with valuable skills and knowledge, they were more likely to live up to these ideals. The expectation that workers have the resources to manage stress and conflict becomes a self-fulfilling prophesy. Moreover, in…… [Read More]

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Workplace Motivation the Motivation of

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For instance, LaFleur and Hyten (1995) suggested that performance of hotel banquet staff improved when staff members received monthly bonuses function of their ability to meet accuracy and timeliness goals in setting up banquet functions (cited in Ambrose & Kulik, 1999).

Implementing these strategies should be facilitated by the fact that the two strategies complete each other. Establishing clear goals and their attainment is facilitated by the incentive, which may increase goal commitment, motivation, and thus, performance.

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Ambrose, M.L., & Kulik, C.T. (1999). Old friends, new faces: Motivation research in the 1990s. Journal of Management, 25(3), 231-292.

Steven H. Appelbaum, ammie Kamal (2000). An analysis of the utilization and effectiveness of non-financial incentives in small business. Journal of Management Development, Volume: 19 Issue: 9 Pp. 733-763

t Hon. Andrew Smith MP. "Making a difference - motivating people to improve performance," etrieved…… [Read More]

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Incentive media kit (2005), Retrieved from site: http://www.huttonmedialimited.com/images/pdfs/Incentive-rates-Production2005.pdf

Ambrose, M.L., & Kulik, C.T. (1999). Old friends, new faces: Motivation research in the 1990s. Journal of Management, 25(3), 231-292.

Steven H. Appelbaum, Rammie Kamal (2000). An analysis of the utilization and effectiveness of non-financial incentives in small business. Journal of Management Development, Volume: 19 Issue: 9 Pp. 733-763

Rt Hon. Andrew Smith MP. "Making a difference - motivating people to improve performance," Retrieved from site, http://www.hm-treasury.gov.uk/Documents/Public_Spending_and_Services/Public_Services_Productivity_Panel/pss_pspp_makingadifference.cfm?
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Adolescent's Motivation to Read Assessment

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(Reading for the 21st Century: Adolescent Literacy Teaching and Learning Strategies," 2004)

2. Alphabetic Principle-related Skills: This includes: "phonemic awareness, the ability to manipulate the sounds of oral language and phonics and the relationship of letters to sound." (Ibid) Strategies includes instruction" that focuses on high-frequency, sound- spelling relationships." (Ibid)

3. Fluency: This is the ability to read "quickly, accurately and with appropriate expression." (Ibid) Strategies include: "guided oral reading and repeated reading" (Ibid) for improving fluency and comprehension.

4. Vocabulary: The size of the learner's vocabulary is that which leads to "large variations in reading ability." (Ibid) Strategies include "direct [and] explicit instruction and learning from context while reading" (Ibid) for increasing vocabulary among students.

5. Reading Comprehension: This is the most "apparent deficit in students' reading abilities at the secondary level." (Ibid) Strategies include the following:

a) Comprehensive monitoring;

b) Cooperative learning;

Graphic organizations;

d) Story structure;

e)…… [Read More]

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Davey, Heidi (2006) Motivation and Adolescent and Adult Readers. PowerPoint presentation. Hoffman Estates High School, Northern Illinois University. Online available at  http://www.reading.ie/conferences/2006/Motivation%20and%20the%20Adolescent%20Reader.ppt .

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psychology motivation and learning

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Post

Although it is controversial to say so, it does appear that early childhood exposure to media violence can precipitate aggressive behavior and violence in adulthood. In a longitudinal study that actually was able to determine causality in the same population sample, Huesmann, Moise-Titus, Podolski & Eron (2003) show that there is a connection between media violence exposure and violent behavior. The type of violent behavior differed, largely due to gender. For example, men in the study were more likely to use physical aggression and violence but females were more likely to use other forms of aggression like verbal abuse. Regardless, the study should alert parents about how to monitor their children and how to talk to children about the violence they see. It is not simply the exposure to the violence, but the duration of exposure or frequency of viewing. Other factors that impact violence and aggression include personality…… [Read More]

Works Cited

"Evaluate sociocultural explanations of the origins of violence," (n.d.). Retrieved online: http://www.appsychology.com/IB%20Psych/IBcontent/Options/Humanrelationships/Rel9.htm

Huesmann, L. R., Moise-Titus, J., Podolski, C., & Eron, L. D. (2003). Longitudinal relations between children's exposure to TV violence and their aggressive and violent behavior in young adulthood: 1977-1992. Developmental Psychology, 39, 201-221.
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Human Resources Performance Motivation Is

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Once I put my mind to doing something I find that I am totally committed to do it. I have learned that if I am not totally committed, not only does it make whatever I am doing very annoying, it often does not turn out well in the end.

A person who possesses initiative and optimism is always ready to seize opportunities that present themselves. These people pursue goals beyond what is expected or them and are always utilizing unusual and enterprising effort to accomplish things (Goleman, 2000). People who possess initiative have the drive to want to make things happen. These people almost always have optimism at the same time which allows them to believe that they can make whatever they want to happen. I find myself always wanting to get things done but not always having the optimism to follow through.

According to Cherry (2011) there are three…… [Read More]

References

Cherry, K. (2011). What is motivation? Retrieved from http://psychology.about.com/od/mindex/g/motivation-definition.htm

Goleman, D. (2000). Working with emotional intelligence. New York: Bantam.
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Improve Employee Motivation Over the

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Research Questions

To support of refute the research problem requires looking at one research and two sub-questions to include:

Research Question 1

How does employee compensation contribute to the underlying levels of motivation at an employer?

Sub-Question 1

What roles do managers / executives play in how enthusiastic staff members are inside a firm?

Sub-Question 2

What is the impact of coworkers on new employees in the workplace?

These different elements are important, because they will offer specific insights about what factors is influencing employee motivation. Once this occurs, is when the data will be able to support or refute the hypothesis that has been presented.

Significance of the Study

The significance of the study is to understand the specific factors are contributing to the underlying levels of motivation in the workplace. As, these kinds of issues can have a dramatic impact on how effective an organization will be able…… [Read More]

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Motivational Theories Motivation in the

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This is a more behavioral and associative concept, as it is believed that individuals work toward a certain goal for external rewards. This can be seen in every single job. People go to work because they get paid on a regular basis. Nothing is more motivational than knowing that after hours of work during a given period of time, one will receive a paycheck proving that everything was worth it. It is this that this theory says is the key motivator in a person. Another theory of motivation is the Humanistic Theory of Motivation. This theory goes hand in hand with Maslow's hierarchy of needs as it states that people are motivated based on the fact that people have strong cognitive reasons to do so (Latham 2006). In order to provide food and shelter, one needs to be motivated enough to go and seek it. These are biological necessities that…… [Read More]

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Achor, S. (2010). The happiness advantage: The seven principles of positive psychology that fuel success and performance at work. Crown Publishing Group: New York, NY.

Thomas, K.W. (2009). Intrinsic motivation at work: What really drives employee engagement. Berrett-Koehlor Publishers, Inc.: San Francisco, CA.

Latham, G.P. ed. (2006). Work motivation: History, theory, research, and practice (Foundations for organizational science). Sage Publications, Inc.: Thousand Oaks, CA.
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Prime Gold Motivation the Leadership

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" (Herbig et al., 563) These motivational priorities, manifesting concretely in such terms as pay rate and personal interest, are relatively common throughout the working world. However, a point of distinction in this discussion may be raised from the fact that different cultures often produce distinct motivational forces. To this extent, the differences that are accounted for betwixt nations and demographics may be seen as directly pertinent to specific cultural realities within each of these contexts. Moreover, as our reading on the subject of significantly culturally divergent nations suggests, "the type of work goals whose pursuit is encouraged and rewarded depend in part on the prevailing cultural value emphasized in society." (Jaw et al., 2) This is consistent with our findings here thus far, including the intrinsic ideals of Maslow, which may be read to suggest that the exact manifestation of work values will be reflected on a larger social…… [Read More]

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Becker, Brian & Barry Gerhart. (1996). The Impact of Human Resource Management on Organizational Performance: Progress and Prospect. The Academy of Management Journal, 39(4), 779-801.

Boeree, C. George. (2006). B.F. Skinner. Shippensburg University.

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Herbig, Paul & Alain Genestre. (1997). International Motivational Differences. Texas A&M International University: Department of Management and Marketing.
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Motivation Many Psychologists Have Put Forward Theories

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Motivation

Many psychologists have put forward theories to advance the concept of motivation. Some of the psychological theories and models that explain motivation include incentive theory, drive theory, self-control model, push and pull model, intrinsic and extrinsic model, and rational motivations among others. Motivation stems from a number of sources, which dictate the way a person acts. It is paramount to note that motivation is one of the greatest determinants of motivation, and one can tell the level of motivation of a person through the way one behaves. The discussion below is an insight into this concept for a better understanding of motivation.

Motivation is a term in psychology that is hard to define; a number of theories have different views of motivation. These views of motivation include drive theories, incentive theories, and homeostasis, and one can draw a common definition of motivation from these views (Kalat, 2011). According to…… [Read More]

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Katzenbach, J.R. (2006). Motivation beyond money: Learning from peak performers. Leader to Leader, 2006(41), 59-62. Retrieved from http://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?direct=true&db=aph&AN=22223121&site=ehost-live&scope=site
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Motivation Is Probably One of the Most

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Motivation is probably one of the most important factors affecting a student's learning progress and achievement in school. For this reason, it is the chief concern of teachers today as most of them fail to understand how to generate interest in a course or lesson without using the common threats and retaliatory tools such as grades, poor remarks, expulsion etc.

Rinne, Carl H. (1998) in his article 'Motivating students is a percentage game', it appears, has managed to reach what can be called the root cause of motivation and has been able to unearth some important components of this highly sought after characteristic. Rinne feels that the best way to motivate a student to focus on the 'intrinsic appeals' of a lesson as he declares, "Teachers need to discuss the intrinsic appeals of lesson content to motivate students to learn." The article has been written with a clear idea of…… [Read More]

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Motivation Model Interconnects Both Causal Concepts and

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Motivation Model interconnects both causal concepts and the intrinsic relationship between them. Every employee within the company will have a well-defined set of internal needs, motives and objectives. These were probably in place by the time he applied for the position within the company, but it is also likely that he will have acquired several more within the company, as soon as he realized how things worked.

The internal needs and objectives of the employee give way to a certain type of behavior or a set of actions that characterize the respective individual within the company, may it be related to his performances or to his social actions and his relationship with fellow colleagues.

The actions he performs allows the employee to fulfill goals which bring him the satisfaction related to the workplace. This means that his actions need to be stimulated in such a way that he will be…… [Read More]

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Motivation at Southwest Motivation Is

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Figure 1 below highlights briefly Hertzberg's two factor theory applications to the Southwest Airlines.

Figure 1: Hertzberg Two Factor Theory

To complete the analysis, the hygiene factors related to dissatisfaction should are considered to be:-

Working Conditions

Quality of Supervision

Salary

Status

Security

Interpersonal relations

These factors are necessary for the satisfaction of the employees, but will not lead to a motivated police force. Without these factors being present in an appropriate manner, these factors will lead to dissatisfaction, which may negate efforts to motivate the workforce.

The motivation factors include:

Achievement

esponsibility for task

Interest in the job

Advancement to higher level tasks

Growth

Clearly, these factors are more connected with internal forces, and affect Southwest employees in a different way. These factors are the driving force behind motivation, and have been the mandate at Southwest Airlines, which explains the success of the company.

Another related motivational model that…… [Read More]

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Motivation and Morale Police administration

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Abstract

The current study aims to examine the effect of the lack of supervision and detachment between administration and low-level supervisors and beat officers and how this leads to low morale and motivation. Imperatively, low level of morale and motivation results in low productivity, which might give rise to absenteeism and poor watch, adversely affecting the society through increased level of crime. A questionnaire will be designed to achieve the purpose of this research study and will be distributed to selected beat officers working in different police precincts. The number of questionnaires analyzed will be to different police precincts. Data collected will be analyzed through SPSS using both descriptive statistics, correlation and regression data.

Problem Statement

Organizations endeavor to have more productive personnel, who are deemed the most significant resources and a determining factor for success. Low levels of productivity can be linked to poor employee morale and motivation. The…… [Read More]

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Motivation Attitude and Satisfaction of Volunteers in Philanthropic Organizations

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Leadership

Data collection is a set of information obtained through a systemic investigation (Depoey and Gitlin 1998). This study proposes to attain an in-depth understanding of the motivation factors possessed by people who make a commitment to voluntary work, in order to be able to maintain or increase their current level of involvement using a qualitative approach. The study would be somewhat restricted since the sample would be taken from only three voluntary organizations, though the decision to reserve the three subsets to those who are the most represented in the Maltese system of NGO's will attempt to lesson the limitation and bias of the study. The work will focus upon the most largely represented of the four types of NGO's who employ a large number of volunteers; Social work activities with accommodation social work activities without accommodation support and pressure activities. According to Bailey (1991), by highlighting the limitations…… [Read More]

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Bias Motivation Is a Vital

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Generally, online students need to have a high level of self-motivation for their studies. Being aimed towards the adult, working student body, Strayer attracts students who are not motivated only by the subject matter of their studies, but also by what this can mean in terms of their self-development. This extra level of motivation is encouraged by the structure and aims of Strayer University. This relates to the individual needs and goals variable.

Each student entering the university has a specific goal for furthering their studies; they wish to improve their careers or themselves in some way. This serves as motivation to not only complete, but also to excel at their studies. This is so for both online and campus students. Lecturers in turn are motivated by the needs of these students to deliver excellence in the material that they offer learners, in order to ensure excellent student performance not…… [Read More]

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Silberman, Robert S. (2009). Letter to Shareholders. Strayer Education, Inc. Annual Report 2009. Retrieved from http://files.shareholder.com/downloads/STRA/916322741x0x353509/C4984D55-27AA-440A-B370-CE3D306CF2D5/STYR_09AR_Final.pdf

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Human Resource Management The Motivation Plan

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HM

Improving Motivation

The Motivation Plan

Summary of Moat Important Elements of the Plan

Motivating the Minimum Wage Service Workers

The elevance of the Individual Worker

Individual to Teamwork Chart

The development of an organizational motivation plan to improve performance within a company should take into account the different needs of different employees as well as the requirements of the employer. The Hawthorne studies by Mayo indicated that when employees were happy and motivated at work they would work harder and display more positive behavioral traits. If the firm is suffering from traits associated with poor motivation, such as poor performance levels, developing a plan to increase motivation may result in desired changes in the behavior, especially if the plan is designed with the needs of the employer in mind.

In the case of the firm making the WooWoo widgets, there are currently some problems; the main symptom is a…… [Read More]

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Group Motivation and Evaluation Group Motivation Inventory

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Group Motivation and Evaluation

Group Motivation Inventory

I work very hard in my group.

I work harder in this group than I do in most other groups.

Other members work very hard in this group.2

I am willing to spend extra time on group projects.

I try to attend all group meetings.4

Other members regularly attend group meetings.

I often lose track of time when I'm working in this group.

Group members don't seem to mind working long hours on our project.2

hen I am working with this group, I am focused on our work.

10.I look forward to working with the members of my group.2

I enjoy working with group members.

Group members enjoy working with one another.3

I am doing an excellent job in my group.

I am doing better work in this group than I have done in other groups.4

The other members are making excellent contributions…… [Read More]

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Interaction and Achievement: Instructor's Perspectives. Journal of Instructional

Psychology, 37(4), 317-325.

Nihalani, P., Wilson, H., Thomas, G., Robinson D., (2010). What Determines High- and Low-
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Work Motivation and Job Satisfaction

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As Moore and Anderson emphasize, "Another driver is that distance education students have as much right to expect effective library services as traditional on-campus students. Therefore, services have been enhanced to ensure easy access and equitable delivery of resources and services" (p. 384).

Clearly, then, although the mission of many university libraries to provide the resources and tools students need to achieve successful academic outcomes has not changed in substantive ways in recent years, technological innovations have demanded that they transform the manner in which they achieve these missions. A survey of university librarians conducted by Moore and Anderson (2003) determined that, "y far the major thrust of the libraries surveyed was the inclusion of information literacy skills into the curriculum, either imbedded into the discipline-specific information or as assessable tests within foundation or first-year subjects" (p. 382). The provision of these types of services, Moore and Anderson suggest, may…… [Read More]

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Staff Motivation Model of Organizational

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The notion of age particular incentives is further discussed in Age and Work elated Motives. The author's findings are that "intrinsic and achievement motives are more important for older workers as compared to younger workers" (Kooij, D. Delange, a. Jansen, P. Kanfer, . & Dikkers, J. 2011. pp 20/217). Given this finding, "older workers should be offered more mentor roles, and since motive strength for interesting work, autonomy, and achievement increases with age, older workers' jobs should be redesigned to include these characteristics" (Kooij, D. et al. 2011. pp 20/217).

2.9 esistance to Change

From the specifics of age and gender factors on motivation and organizational dynamics, the literature review concludes with the examination of the change directive and the resistance which can impede its implementation. If the review thus far has produced a single finding it is a considerable relationship between individual motivation, their subsequent performance, and the successful…… [Read More]

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Bertolino, M. Truxillo, D. Fraccaroli, F. (January 2011). Age as Moderator of the Relationship of Proactive Personality with Training Motivation. Journal of Organizational Behavior. 32. pp. 248-263. January 2011

Buchanan, D. Addicott, R. Fitzgerald, L. Ferlie, E. & Baeza, J. (2007). Nobody in charge: Distributed change agency in healthcare. Human Relations. 60-1065. 2007

Caldwell, R. (2003). Models of Change Agency. British Journal of Management. Vol. 14

pp 131-142. 2003
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Group Motivation the Exercise Regarding

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Other than this, I would try to establish my own personal goals and objectives that are subordinated to group objectives. For example, I would try to establish very tight deadlines for the tasks assigned to me, because I work very well under pressure.

I would also try to establish a career path that I would follow in the future, determining medium term objectives for me to reach. Knowing where I want to be in my career would motivate me to achieve my full potential, and even to develop new skills and abilities that would help me advance in my career.

e. In large corporations, where there are hundreds or thousands of employees, many of them covering similar positions, it is difficult for the H department and top managers to establish a motivational system analyzing each individual in particular. As a consequence, H managers develop a motivational system that is generally…… [Read More]

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1. Engleberg, I.N. & Wynn, D.R. (2007). Working in Groups: Communication Principles and Strategies. Published by Allyn & Bacon. Retrieved February 18, 2010.
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Comparison of Three Categories of Motivation Theory

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Organizational Psychology - Motivation

Landy and Conte (2013) define industrial-organizational psychology as "the application of psychological principles, theory, and research to the work setting" (p. 7). A prominent line of research in industrial-organizational psychology is the study of worker motivation. Over many decades, as management theory has developed, several philosophical and psychological strands have emerged, and are often referred to as: 1) Person as machine; 2) person as scientist, and 3) person as intentional.

Person as Machine

Theory X managers are known to take "the carrot and the stick" approach to supervision since they believe that people work only for the monetary compensation, which means that coercion, threat, and punitive measures must be used to extract efficient workplace effort from employees. Manifestations of Theory X management include high levels of mistrust between employees and employers, and a tendency of management to blame workers for inefficiencies or mistakes rather than looking…… [Read More]

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Buckingham, M. And Clifton, D.O. (2001). Now, Discover Your Strengths Hardcover. New York, NY: Free Press (a Simon & Schuster imprint)

Kanfer, R. (2009). Work motivation: Identifying use-inspired research directions. Industrial and Organizational Psychology, 2(1), 118-127. doi: 10.1111/j.1754

34.2008.01120.x

Landy, F.J., & Conte, J.M. (2013). Work in the 21st century: An introduction to industrial and organizational psychology (4th ed.). Hoboken, NJ: John Wiley & Sons.
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Business Setting Increase Team's Motivation Satisfaction Performance

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business setting increase team's motivation, satisfaction, performance. Address specific differences attitudes, emotions, personalities, values collaboration, difference influences behavior.

Overall business interactions are becoming more global. Many large corporations are outsourcing manufacturing and service jobs overseas where labor is cheaper. Currently 54% of fortune 500 companies outsource at least one core business function ( "IT Outsourcing Market, 2010). With the advent of the internet, firms are drastically cutting travel expenses but utilizing online video conferencing services. These services allow for the seamless and effortless communication of individuals anywhere in the world. With this increase in global outsourcing creates a corresponding increase in international teams. Individual group members are often located in entirely different areas of the world but still must work together to achieve company objectives. A challenge that many global corporations now face is that of employee moral and motivation. How can you motivate individuals with entirely different motives, customs…… [Read More]

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1) Author Unknown. Knowledge Systems and Research, IT OUTSOURCING MARKET:STRONG, GROWING…AND WITH HIGH

CUSTOMER EXPECTATIONS (Online). Available:  http://www-935.ibm.com/services/us/imc/pdf/wp-it-outsourcing-market.pdf  (April 24, 2011)

2) Author Unknown. Hofstede's Cultural Dimensions Understanding Workplace Values around the World (online). Available: http://www.mindtools.com/pages/article/newLDR_66.htm (April 24, 2011)

3) Author Unknown. Geert Hofstede's Cultural Dimensions (online). Available: http://www.geert-hofstede.com/geert_hofstede_contrarian_position.shtml (April 24, 2011)
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Students' Motivation

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student motivation in the learning environment and what motivates students to study. The evaluation begins with a theoretical background on the issue of student motivation based on existing literature and studies on the issue. This is followed by a literature review of 10 studies that have been carried out on the student motivation in various classroom settings and learning environments. Through this review the author has identified various factors that motivate students to study including creation of a supportive learning environment, use of suitable teaching practices, and use of multi-level strategies. The article also includes a discussion regarding the significance of student motivation in the learning process.

One of the most important goals of an educational environment is to motivate students toward environmentally friendly behavior change. The need for student motivation in the high school setting is attributed to the fact that motivation creates positive experience, which helps in improving…… [Read More]

References

Daniels, E. (2011, November). Creating Motivating Learning Environments: Teachers Matter.

Middle School Journal, 32-37.

Darner, R. (2012, August). An Empirical Test of Self-determination Theory As A Guide to Fostering Environmental Motivation. Environmental Education Research 18(4), 463-472.

Hardre, P.L. (2012). Standing in the Gap: Research that Informs Strategies for Motivating and Retaining Rural High School Students. Rural Educator, 12-18.
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Conducting Learning Motivation Performance of Employees of Law Enforcement Agents

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Learning, Motivation, Performance of Employees of Public Safety Organizations

The motivation is defined as the intrinsic phenomenon affected four factors: temperament, situation, tool, and goal. Typically, people are motivated to achieve their goals, instincts and necessities, thus, the concept motivation assists people to complete a task, gain a goal as well as achieving a certain degree of success from their job. Thus, the concept motivation explains why some people behaves in a certain way and the reasons for their behaviors. In essence, motivated people are oriented, and energetic in characteristics, which influence their behaviors. From the educational point-of-view, motivation is the polyhedral structure associated with academic achievement and learning, however, employees' motivation is low in the public sector compared with the private organizations. The public safety organizations are the government agencies that include law enforcement agencies, EMS (Emergency Medical Services), rescue squads, and fire departments. The Department of Safety in…… [Read More]

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Blanchard, P. N., & Thacker, J. W. (2013). Effective Training Systems, Strategies, and Practices (5th Ed.) ISBN 13:978-0-13-272904-8

Ford, L. (2009). Improving training transfer. Journal of Industrial and Commercial Training, 4, 6-92.

Fortenbery, M.J.A. (2015). Improving Motivation and Productivity of Police Officers. FBI Law Enforcement Bulletin.

Giran, H. Amin, A. & Halim, A. (2014). The Impact of Self-Efficacy towards Training Motivation at Kolej Poly-Tech MARA Kuantan, Malaysia. Asian Social Science; 10(19):69:76.
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Employee Performance and His or Her Motivation

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Employee performance and his or her motivation is a key issue in an organization. The latter impacts the former: the more an employee is motivated, the better he is likely to perform. An important problem is that motivation is a complex undertaking: it is not always the financial package that is fundamental to an employee's performance.

Studies have shown that employees are also motivated (quite often even more motivated) by other factors. Campion and Thayer (1985), for example, concluded, following their research, that the more jobs are created to include motivational factors, the lower the efforts to complete them and the better the well-being of the employees. As Sager (1978) mentions, "it is essential to determine what an individual likes or needs in his work if motivation is to occur."

This paper proposes an approach based on Maslow's Theory of Needs to understand the role of promotion in an organization…… [Read More]

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1. Sager, Donald, (1978). Leadership and employee motivation. Graduate School of Library Science, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

2. Campion, M.A., Thayer, P.W. (1985). Development and field evaluation of an interdisciplinary measure of job design. Journal of Applied Psychology. pp. 29 -- 4

3. Nohria, Nitin, Groysberg, Boris, Lee, Linda-Eling, (2008). Employee Motivation -- A Powerful New Model. Harvard Business Review.

4. Baack, D. (2012). Organizational behavior. San Diego, CA: Bridgepoint Education, Inc.
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psychology of motivation and oxytocin

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How can Deci and Ryan's (2008) self-determination theory assist individuals in their personal or professional goals?

Deci & Ryan’s (2008) self-determination theory is a theory of motivation that can help individuals set and achieve personal and professional goals. The theory can be applied to almost every area of life, including health choices or interpersonal relationships. One of the most unique features of self-determination theory is that it can be adapted to different applications. As Deci & Ryan (2008) show, self-determination theory distinguishes between different types of motivation including autonomous motivation and controlled motivation. Self-determination theory also takes into account the importance of both intrinsic and extrinsic motivation. The basic motivational goals people have include competency, relatedness, and autonomy (Deci & Ryan, 2008). Deci & Ryan (2008) also claim there are two main categories of individual difference regarding motivation: causality orientation and goals. By showing people what motivates them and why,…… [Read More]

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Leadership Failures and Motivation Strategies to Increase Productivity and Performance

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ventilated leadership failures and motivation strategies that can be put into practice to increase productivity and performance. A vacuum in leadership negatively impacts productivity and performance. Lack of integrity, lack of maturity, and lack of fallibility is a sign that there is a deficiency in leadership credentials.

Leaders have to exhibit acceptable moral standards. Individuals who have learnt wrong lessons early in life or those with tainted views on how to get ahead can least provide that leadership that an organization needs. Such people can do anything in life to get ahead. Bad leaders are an embodiment of integrity lapses. Poor judgment on the part of company executives is an indication they are immature. Immaturity can also be exhibited in such leaders' lack of foresight and judgment to see the outcome of their behavior. They have problems with controlling their impulses. This overwhelms their decision making ability. Immature leaders are…… [Read More]

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Labor Studies Motivations for Taking Up Union

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Labor Studies

Motivations for Taking Up Union Office

The role of local union official is usually an unpaid position, even where compensation is offered it will be constrained; this indicates motivation for those who do take up the office is unlikely to be financial (Sloan and Witney, 2010). So why do people take up that office?

In a seminal study on the path to union leadership has indicated that several preconditions exist prior to an individual considering taking up union office. An individual will need to perceive themselves as having the suitable qualifications to stand for leadership, and will not stand unless they believe others to hold the same perception (Koziara et al., 1982). In most cases, the qualifications will include previous experience in union administration (Koziara et al., 1982), which itself indicates that standing for office is likely to be part of a progression. The same study also notes…… [Read More]

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Buchanan, D; Huczynski, A, (2010) Organizational Behavior, Harlow, FT/Prentice Hall

Koziara, Karen S; Bradley, Mary I; Pierson, David A, (1982, Feb), Becoming a union leader: the path to local office, Monthly Labor Review, p44-46

Sloane, A, A; Witney, F, (2010), Labor Relations (13th ed.). Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice Hall
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Edit Motivation Research in Organizational

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Equity theory recognizes that individuals are concerned not only with the absolute amount of rewards they receive for their efforts, but also with the relationship of this amount to what their peers receive (amlall, 2004). Adams (1963, 1965) posits that individuals are motivated by the perception of inequality, as measured by "input" and "outcome" ratios in comparison to others. Equity theory draws from multiple empirical theories and is utilized to make predictions about how individuals manage their relationships with others (Huseman, et al., 1987). If equity exists, the individual is at peace with the exchange and therefore not moved to action. If the individual perceives that his or her outcome/input ratio is less than that of a referent individual, then inequity exists, and motivation to restore equity arises (Chhokar et al., 2001).

Perception of inequity

Behavioral response (define)

Individuals may respond by choosing a behavioral response by reducing their inputs…… [Read More]

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Byrne D.E., Lindgren H.C. 1971. Psychology: an Introduction to a Behavioral Science.

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Motivation: Theory and Research. Contributors: - editor,. - author. Publisher: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates. Place of Publication: Hillsdale, NJ. Publication Year: 1994. Page Number: 14.
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Benefits of Employee Motivation

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Organizational Behavior & Culture

Complete summary of chapter 4

The chapter illustrates that the perception process is based on stages such as stimulation, organization, registration, and interpretation. The individual's acceptance and awareness levels for ascertained stimuli play critical roles in the perception process. The authors add that receptiveness towards certain stimuli remains highly selective in limiting a person's existing personality, motivation, attitude, and beliefs. People select various stimuli that satisfy certain needs (perceptual vigilance) while disregarding stimuli causing perceptual defense (psychological anxiety).

The chapter insists that guidelines facilitate companies in improving their workplaces through the surveying content. The employees can ask questions regarding observable behavior above thoughts and motives. The concept also includes items that are verified independently. The measures also attract behavioral consideration in the recognition of the company's performance. Attitude transformation requires time, determination, and effort to achieve. It is critical to relax expectations of changing an individual's…… [Read More]

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Grant, A. (2013). Instead of Monitoring Employees, Try Motivating Them. The Huffington Post. Retrieved on 8th March 2015 from http://www.huffingtonpost.com/adam-grant/instead-of-monitoring-emp_b_3869778.html

Porter, E. (2014). Motivating Corporations to Do Good. The New York Times. Retrieved on 8th March 2015 from http://www.nytimes.com/2014/07/16/business/the-do-good-corporation.html