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Chapter 5

Chapter 5 Notes

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C hapter 5
Motivationpersistent effort is directed toward a goal
Direction – quality of a persons wok related behaviour
Goals - direct their effort to the ends towards
Intrinsic motivationdirect relationship between the worker and the task self-applied
Extrinsic motivationwork environment external to the task applied by someone other than the
person being motivate
If intrinsic outcomes and extrinsic outcomes are both highly attractive, they should contribute to
motivation in an additive fashion
Performancecontributes to achieving the objectives of the organization
-positive relationship between motivation and performance
General Cognitive Abilitypersons basic information processing capacities and cognitive resources
- predict learning and training success as well as job performance in all kinds of jobs
Emotional Intelligenceindividuals ability to understand and manage his own and others’ feelings
and emotions
Perception of emotions integration and assimilation of emotions knowledge and understanding of
emotions management of emotions
- predict performance in jobs that involve a lot of social interaction
Engagement – individual immerses his true self into his work role
Components: attention and absorption( )
Psychological conditions that contribute to engagement: psychological meaningfulness, safety,
availability
Maslows Hierarchy of Needs
-physiologically needs safety needs social needs esteem needs (promotion, recognition
rewards) self-actualization (challenging jobs)
Key Assumptions – problems
-Prepotency Principle – I m hungry I m gonna focus of this need,
-Invariant( ) Ordering of Needs - satisfy my physiological needs before everything
-Little empirical ( ) support – the lower (self-actualization) is the most powerful, satisfy my
needs for food later because of lecture
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Chapter 5Motivation effort is directed toward a goalpersistentDirectionquality of a persons wok related behaviourGoalsdirect their effort to the ends towardsIntrinsic motivationdirect relationship between the worker and the taskselfappliedExtrinsic motivationwork environment external to the taskapplied by someone other than the person being motivate If intrinsic outcomes and extrinsic outcomes are both highly attractive they should contribute to motivation in an additive fashionPerformancecontributes to achieving the objectives of the organizationpositive relationship between motivation and performanceGeneral Cognitive Abilitypersons basic information processing capacities and cognitive resourcespredict learning and training success as well as job performance in all kinds of jobsEmotional Intelligenceindividuals ability to understand and manage his own and others feelings and emotionsPerception of emotionsintegration and assimilation of emotions knowledge and understanding of emotionsmanagement of emotionspredict performance in jobs that involve a lot of social interactionEngagementindividual immerses his true self into his work roleComponents attention and absorptionPsychological conditions that contribute to engagement psychological meaningfulness safety availability Maslows Hierarchy of Needsphysiologically needs safety needssocial needs esteem needs promotion recognition rewardsselfactualization challenging jobsKey AssumptionsproblemsPrepotency PrincipleI m hungry I m gonna focus of this need Invariant Ordering of Needssatisfy my physiological needs before everythingLittle empiricalsupportthe lower selfactualization is the most powerful satisfy my needs for food later because of lecturewwwnotesolutioncom
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