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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 VENN DIAGRAMS SHOW DYNAMIC INFORMATION The Need Theories! The Needs Theories! Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs Esteem Social Safety Physiological Self-Actualization Self-Determination Theory People mostly believe in controlling their actions.Taking away this belief and instilling a feeling of OBLIGATION as opposed to freely DECIDE has been believed to demotivate. Extrinsic rewards not matching up with ideals and beliefs can lead to poor performance. Cognitive Evaluation Theory Goal-Setting Theory Self-Efficacy -Specifying Goals-Participation in decision making-A certain time period-FEEDBACK Feedback is the critical ingredient in progression for goal-setting Centered around building self-confidence to perform tasks. Positive outlook on otherwise bleak situations helpsoutcome of performance. Four factions into where self-efficacy can be increased: 1. Enactive Mastery2. Vicarious Modeling3. Verbal Persuasion4. Arousal Equity Theory This Theory deals with how much one puts into a specific job or task in relation to what one gets out of it in the end. An individual's moral code and reasons for motivation are called into question. Said individual needs to look at what he wants to do and must evaluatewhat the risks as well as the journey to his or her are worth it at the end. double click to change this title text! Motivation Matheus Dos Santos MGT 332-03McArdle3-3-15 Expectancy Theory The Degree to which working at a certain level will lead to sustainmentof a wanted outcome. The Probability that given a certain amountof effort a certain performance will be attained The degree by which an individual's organizational goals reach the potential rewards. Effort-performance relationship performance-reward relationship rewards-personal goals relationship
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