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1. Do Now. List the four main employee expectations in your books. Business Management. Motivation Theories. Business Management Units 3 & 4. Mr Stow and Mr Duggan . 2. Previously on…. Business Management. Area of Study 1 – HRM Function. Business Management. 3 . Employee Expectations

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1. Do Now

List the four main employee expectations in your books

Business

Management

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Motivation Theories

Business Management Units 3 & 4

Mr Stow and Mr Duggan

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2. Previously on…

Business

Management

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The Problem

There are four pieces of butcher’s paper around the room with key info on them.

This key info needs to be in your books.

Definition, Meaning, Pros and Cons

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Management

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The Solution

Small groups of approx. 6 will rotate around the room.

You will get 4 min at each Employee Expectation to take personal notes before you move on.

Write the definition, and then summarize the rest.

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4. Learning Intentions

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Learning Intentions

SWBAT explain each of the three main motivation theories

SWBAT apply these theories to LSOs

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Management

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4. Notes

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Motivation

What does it mean to you?

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Motivation

Definition: refers to the individual internal process that directs, energises and sustains a person’s behaviour.

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Old way of motivation

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Modern Motivation

Motivation and humans are more complex than punishment and reward.

Multiple theories have emerged. We are looking at three:

  • Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs
  • Herzberg’s Two-Factor Theory
  • Locke’s Goal Setting Theory

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1. Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs

In pairs rank these from most important:

Self-Actualisation Needs (Fulfillment and personal growth)

Safety and Security Needs (Physical and emotional safety)

Social Needs (Love, affection and a sense of belonging)

Physiological Needs (Food, Shelter, Clothing)

Esteem Needs (Respect and a sense of accomplishment)

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1. Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs

We all have needs.

Need: personal requirement.

He grouped + sequenced those needs.

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1. Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Iucf76E-R2s

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1. Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs

How does this theory apply to LSOs?

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2. Herzberg’s Two-Factor Theory

The key idea: Satisfaction and Dissatisfaction are caused by different things.

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2. Herzberg’s Two-Factor Theory

Neither satisfied nor dissatisfied

Satisfied

Dissatisfied

Motivation Factors

Hygiene Factors

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2. Herzberg’s Two-Factor Theory

Neither satisfied nor dissatisfied

Satisfied

Dissatisfied

Motivation Factors

Hygiene Factors

Supervision

Working Conditions

Job Security

Pay

Policies and Procedures

Achievement

Recognition

Personal Development

Stimulating Work

Responsibility

Advancement

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2. Herzberg’s Two-Factor Theory

Lets go hunting:

Find the following definitions and write them in your books:

- Needs theories: motivational theories based on human needs.

- Motivation factors: intrinsic needs

- Hygiene factors: extrinsic needs

- Intrinsic needs: relate to internal satisfaction and esteem

- Extrinsic needs: relate to the external working environment

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2. Herzberg’s Two-Factor Theory

How does this theory apply to LSOs?

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3. Locke’s Goal Setting Theory

Employees are motivated by clear goals and feedback about achievement.

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3. Locke’s Goal Setting Theory

What do we know about goals?

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3. Locke’s Goal Setting Theory

What do we know about goals?

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3. Locke’s Goal Setting Theory

How does this theory apply to LSOs?

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7. What Next, homework

and Wrap Up

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Learning Intentions

SWBAT explain each of the three main motivation theories

SWBAT apply these theories to LSOs

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Management

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Homework

Complete tasks 7 and 8.

Due in one week.

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