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Hertzberg's Theory Of Motivation

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Table of Contents
What is called motivation? 2
Hertzberg’s Two-Factor Theory 2
GET MOVING 5
MAKING TIME FOR FUN AND RELAXATION 5
NATURE 6
ENJOYABLE PASSTIMESS 6
YOGA 6
Biological Factors 7
Other Determinants of personality 7
CASE QUESTIONS 8
SECTION C 9
References 12

A1,
What is called motivation?
Motivation can be defined as the process that initiates guide and maintains goof oriented behavior. And also Motivation can be said as an inspiring process which makes the members of the team to pull their weight effec¬tively to give their loyalty to the group, to carry out the tasks properly that they have accepted, and generally to play an effective part in the job that the group has accepted.
Motivation is like getting a glass of water to
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Maslow theory
In Maslow theory there are five factors that he uses to identify this.
Physiological needs. These are the needs which people cannot live without. So these needs are important in motivation. People go to job in order to full fill these needs. Physiological needs includes water, food, shelter etc.
Safety needs. Safety needs are the needs which people want for their own. Example in jobs people have to have safety in job. When management changes employees will be fired from the job. But if an employee get a contract then he/she has the safety of job that they won’t be fired even if the management changes.
Belongingness need. These needs are also important. If a person goes to work he/she should get the feeling of being belonged by others. An organization should make an employee feel that they are wanted by the organization.
Esteem needs. Esteem needs are the love, respect that you get from others. For example appreciation of work can be esteem needs. Esteem needs are the needs of being recognized by
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