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Department
Biology
Course
BIO1140
Professor
A L L
Semester
Winter

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Chapter 5 Theories of Work MotivationMotivation Extent to which persistent effort is directed towards a goalCharacteristics Effort Persistence Direction GoalsFactors Contributing to Individual Job PerformanceEmotional Intelligence The ability to perceive emotion integrate emotion to facilitate thought understand emotions and to regulate emotions to promote personal growthEmotional intelligence is good with social interaction tasksExtrinsic rewards may decrease intrinsic motivation intrinsic rewards may have better performance than extrinsicAutonomy masterypurpose are the best motivators according to Daniel Pink SelfDetermination Theory1Lack of motivation 2 rewards you have to do it Extrinsic Controlled3Prove smthingshow others feel guilty if not doneExtrinsic Controlled 4Personal Goal Valueswant to understand why Extrinsic Autonomous 5Fun challenges enjoyablenessIntrinsic AutonomousHigh autonomy and low control is the best High in both is the second bestIf basic physchological needs are met autonomous behaviour can be achieved Consequences of Autonomous MotivationBasic Psychological Needs for Autonomous Motivation Autonomy CompetenceRelatednessNeed Theories of Work MotivationSpecify the kinds of needs people have and the conditions under which they will be motivated to satisfy these needs in a way that contributes to performance Needs are physiological and psychological wants or desiresCan be satisfied by acquiring certain incentives or achieving particular goalsNEEDSBEHAVIOURINCENTIVES AND GOALS
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