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Chapter 6 Part 2. By: Jillian Fagan and Kathleen Edwards. Question #1. Herzbergs 2-Factor theory: What are the 2 factors that were mentioned in Class today? Motivators and Hygiene factors . Question #2 . Expectancy Theory increases Valence by what?

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Chapter 6 part 2

Chapter 6 Part 2

By: Jillian Fagan and Kathleen Edwards


Question 1

Question #1

  • Herzbergs2-Factor theory: What are the 2 factors that were mentioned in Class today?

  • Motivators and Hygiene factors


Question 2

Question #2

  • Expectancy Theory increases Valence by what?

  • a. By providing outcomes that are highly valued

  • b. By not providing outcomes

  • c. By providing outcomes that are moderately valued


Equity theory

Equity Theory

My Outcomes

Other’s Outcomes

vs.

My inputs

Other’s Inputs


Motivation

Motivation

  • 3 main aspects:

  • Rewards are important

  • Human nature doesn’t change

  • Leave room for errors


Rewards are important

Rewards are Important

  • Goals must be set

  • Bonuses

  • Words of affirmation


Example of rewards

Example Of Rewards

Class


Human nature doesn t change

Human Nature Doesn’t Change

  • Different personalities are motivated in different ways

  • Sensitives –motivated to resolve any inequity – favorable or unfavorable

  • Benevolents – tolerant of inequity that is unfavorable but not comfortable with inequity that favors them

  • Entitleds – do not tolerate unfavorable inequity but are comfortable with inequity that favors them


Leave room for errors

Leave Room for Errors

  • Have a back up plan

  • Encourage better performances

  • Give direction and flexibility


Conclusion

Conclusion

Important Information


Work cited

Work Cited

  • "Refresh Articles ." Motivation In The Workplace. N.p., n.d. Web. 25 Oct 2010. <http://www.refresharticles.com/articles/inspirational/motivation_in_the_workplace.txt>.


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