Top 10 Ways to Destroy Motivation at Work

(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); Want to know how organizations destroy motivation at work? Managers ask about how to motivate employees, but employees naturally experience motivation. Ask any employee. Something in ...

Adam’s Equity Theory

(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); Equity theory, most popularly known as equity theory of motivation, was first developed by John Stacey Adams, a workplace and behavioral psychologist, in 1963. John Stacey Adams proposed ...

How to Motivate Workers in an Organization

Motivating workers requires creativity and an understanding of the areas where employee performance exceeds your company’s expectations. Motivation also may come from addressing areas for improvement before they become major problems. Both strategies ...

Herzberg two factor theory

Herzberg’s Two Factor Theory is a “content theory” of motivation” (the other main one is Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs). Herzberg analysed the job attitudes of 200 accountants and engineers who were asked to recall when ...

Employee Motivation

According to Webster’s New Collegiate Dictionary, a motive is “something (a need or desire) that causes a person to act.” Motivate, in turn, means “to provide with a motive,” and motivation is defined as “the act ...

Theories of Motivation

Motivation theories seek to explain why employees are motivated by and satisfied with one type of work than another. It is essential that mangers have a basic understanding of work motivation because highly motivated employees are more likely to produce ...

Vroom’s Expectancy Theory

Definition: Vroom’s Expectancy Theory was proposed by Victor. H. Vroom, who believed that people are motivated to perform activities to achieve some goal to the extent they expect that certain actions on their part would help them to achieve the ...

Methods for Motivating Employees for Employee Satisfaction

1.Rewards: People behave in ways that they believe are in their best interest, they constantly look for payoffs for their efforts. They expect good job performance to lead to organizational goal attainment, which in turn leads to satisfying their ...

McGregor’s Theory-X and Theory-Y

This question of motivation has been studied by management theorists and social psychologists for decades, in attempts to identify successful approaches to management. Social psychologist McGregor’s Theory-X and Theory-Yof MIT expounded two contrasting ...

Theory X and Theory Y in the twenty first Century

McGregor’s work on Theory X and Theory Y has had a significant impact on management thought and practice in the years since he first articulated the concepts. In terms of the study of management, McGregor’s concepts are included in the ...
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