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PRESENTATION ON

MOTIVATION
PRESENTED TO : SAMIR AGARWAL PRESENTED BY : SHIVYA SETH
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WHAT IS MOTIVATION?
It represents an unsatisfied need which creates a state of tension or disequilibrium causing the individual to move towards satisfying the needs . Willingness to exert high levels of effort to reach organizational goals .

TYPES OF MOTIVATION
Achievement Motivation Affiliation Motivation Competence Motivation Power Motivation Attitude Motivation Incentive Motivation Fear Motivation

INTRINSIC MOTIVATION
Intrinsic motivation reflects the desire to do something because it is enjoyable. If we are intrinsically motivated, we wouldnotbe worried about external rewards such as praise or awards. If we are intrinsically motivated, the enjoyment we experience would be sufficient for us to want to perform the activity in

Examples of Intrinsic Motivation


Writing short stories because you really enjoy writing them , reading a nonfiction book because you are curious about the topic , and playing chess because you enjoy effortful thinking are some intrinsic motivation examples .

EXTRINSIC MOTIVATION
Extrinsic motivation reflects the desire to do something because of external rewards such as awards, money, and praise. People who are extrinsically motivated may not enjoy certain activities. They may only wish to engage in certain activities because they wish to receive some external reward.

Examples of Extrinsic Motivation


There are many possible extrinsic motivation examples . The writer who only writes poems to be submitted to poetry contests would be one example of extrinsic motivation . The person who dislikes sales but accepts a sales position because he or she desires to earn an above average salary is another example of extrinsic motivation . A third example of extrinsic motivation is selecting a major in college based on salary and prestige , rather than personal interest in the major .

NEEDS THEORIES Maslows hierarchy of needs Herzbergs two factor theory

THEORIES OF MOTIVATION
PROCESS THEORIES Expectancy Theory Goal Setting Theory

Maslows Hierarchy of Needs

begins at the base with physiologic al needs that must first be satisfied then higherlevel safety needs become active then psychologic

Herzbergs Two-Factor Theory

HYGIENE FACTORS

MOTIVATIONAL FCTORS

C o m p a n y p o licie s Q u a lity o f su p e rv isio n R e la tio n s w ith o th e rs P e rso n a l life R a te o f p a y Jo b se cu rity W o rk in g

Achievement Career advancement Personal growth Job interest Recognition Responsibility

EXPECTENCY THEORY

GOAL SETTING THEORY

SELF - MOTIVATION
Self-fulfilment and satisfaction Difficult goals lead to higher performance Motivation to act depends on the attractiveness of the outcome