Kinesiology 2298A/B Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Expectancy Theory, Interactional Justice, Job Satisfaction

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Leadership is getting someone to do what they don"t want to do, to achieve what they want to achieve . The function of leaderships is to produce more leaders, not more followers . Successful leaders see the opportunities in every difficulty rather than difficulty in every opportunity . Managers must motivate their sub coordinates to carry out their assignments so that the goals can be achieved (leading). The set of forces that energize, direct and sustain behaviour. These forces can come from the person, the so called push of internal forces, or they can come from the environment that surrounds the person, the so called pull of external forces . The process of arousing, directing, and maintaining behaviour toward a goal . These definitions point to 5 critical elements of individual motivation: forces within the individual, the energy of actions/behaviours, direction of such behaviours. Intensity of those behaviours: persistence of the behaviours.

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