Intrinsic vs. Extrinsic Motivation What is the best motivation for workers and business owners is the topic at hand. After reading several different opinions and facts on this topic I have come to the opinion that yes in a perfect world the best type of motivation comes from within being intrinsic. With that being said I believe most of today’s workforce is driven by extrinsic motivation at least in some since. I believe the best employee is going to be the one that choose to pursue a career field based on intrinsic motivation. This employee is going to be more knowledgeable and efficient in their work because while learning their field they were driven by a passion for knowledge in the area they choose to study.
Having a good work ethic basically means having the initiative to do things on your own without having someone telling you what to do and doing it right and efficiently. When given a task or assignment, it is always important to do your best and do it right. In the work place, doing your job well and doing it the way it is supposed to be done shows that you actually care about your work and don’t just slack off on it when you feel the need. Another crucial skill or habit that will be wise for anyone to practice of master is time management. Time management is a habit that can be used in the class room, work place, or in everyday life.
Safety and Security Needs: Security of: body, employment, resoufces, morality, the family, health, property. Love and Belonging (Social) Needs: Friendship, family, sexual intimacy. Esteem Needs: Self-esteem, confidence, achievement, respect of others, respect by others. Self-actualizing Needs Morality, creativity, spontaneity, problem solving, lack of prejudice, acceptance of facts. Physiological Needs: Physiological needs, for the most part are obvious, literal requirements for human survival.
You will also need to organise your work so that you are not doing a repetitive task for a long time. One of the ways to reduce risk of injury is to ensure that your workstation and the business equipment you use, are ergonomically designed. Ergonomics is about creating comfortable and safe working conditions. It is about fitting the job to the worker, rather than the worker to the job. Click Next to read about some of these ergonomic requirements.
Group supervison promotes peer support whereas one to one supervision allows appropriate person centred support and more confidential and personal issues to be discussed. Supervisions allow workers to reflect on their practice and receive support to improve the quality of their work. It should aim to decrease the chances of staff ‘burn-out,’ promote safe practice, increase work satisfaction and enhance work performance. Supervision should promote personal development which in turn, enhances quality of the service that they provide and outcomes for service users. It also makes staff feel supported which motivates them to improve the quality of their work.
P&G provides high quality product to serve consumers' demand 3. P&G can constantly develop new products 4. P&G tries to improve consumers' lives. B. The complete organization to achieve their value 1. the organization has a lots of levels a. leadership b. managerial level c. executive level d. the lowest worker 2. the important friendship and sociability a. built the good friendship with Unilever b. acquisitions of many others' brand C. The attitude of P&G 1. do work with honest and straightforward attitude 2. find the right way and thing to work 3. have confidence to product, serve and work 4. have passion to try their best to work 5. respect other customers, colleagues and consumers.
Without these needs, life would be pointless. When this level is accomplished we can then move on to the second level, which is safety needs; the need for safety and security that allows us to feel comfortable with our surroundings. We then move on to the third level; belonging and love needs which makes us feel wanted or accepted and that we have a place in society. Once this level is met, we then move on to the fourth level of esteem needs. This level of achievement allows us to feel a sense of respect and confidence of the accomplishments we have made in life.
The second level of needs is safety. Protection from the elements, security, law, order, limits, and ability can be met by communication, which helps protect us from any type of dangers or harm. The third level of needs is belonging, or social, such as work groups, family, affection, and relationships. We all need others in order to enjoy life, feel comfortable at work, and fit into social groups. We want to be in other’s company, have acceptance, and affirmation with the ability to give them back to others.
4. Esteem needs- Self-esteem is the feeling that one is worthwhile, competent, and independent. The esteem of others involves the feeling that other people respect and appreciate the person. (Self-esteem, achievement, mastery, independence, status, dominance, prestige, managerial responsibility.) 5.
Maslow's Hierchy of Needs Theory by Kasia Maryniuk Good leaders recognize that if they're to build productive and highly successful teams, they need to understand and look after the needs and well-being of team members. This is a fundamental part of the "emotional contract" between leaders and their teams: When followers know they're being looked after by their leader, they'll usually give their best in return. Abraham Maslow is well-known for proposing the Hierarchy of Needs Theory in 1943. This theory is a classical designation of human motivation. This theory is based on the assumption that there is a hierarchy of five needs within each individual.