Unit 13 P3

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I have been selected as a human resource consultant by Feversham College to produce a report relating to the work on the management and development of people at Feversham College. My responsibility as the human resource specialist is to interview employee’s at Feversham College to pull together data that will permit me to accumulate a report on the subsequent areas of Feversham College:- In my report I will be taking into account the following areas and will be including opinions of worker in Feversham College. o A report on the factors that affect the motivation of the employees. o A report or presentation analysing and evaluating a group activity that the employees have taken part in. o A report based on a training…show more content…
This depends on there age. If they are in year 7 the thing that motivates them more is receiving praise from teachers and doing the best in the class. This leads to getting better grades which will help them in the following years. However for a student in 6th form they are motivated by the entitlement of receiving up to £30 every week plus bonuses if they have worked extremely hard. Also for a student studing their A2 they are motivated by trying to do their best so they can enter university with their chosen subject. However employees at Feversham College are motivated by their wages they receive which is a monetary reward. Also the feeling of having successfully taught a subject because the pupils have gained the grades they had desired for; and also having the inner feeling of being a role model for students and being looked up to which is a non-monetary reward. Many different theorists have explained motivation by clarifying how people are motivated and also why they are motivated. This helped me to understand motivation in more depth and also helped me to understand how I need put this report together. Due to this I will be explaining the different theorist’s research in more detail…show more content…
He explained that people are motivated in levels. First they have to be motivated to meet their basic needs and so on. He clarified these levels in a pyramid which he called Maslow’s hierarchy of needs, this is shown below. Physiological needs: These are the basic needs that every human needs in order to function properly and for their survival. For example a lack of air and water will eventually kill and individual. Safety: When the physiological needs are largely taken care of, this second layer of needs comes into play. You will become increasingly interested in finding safe circumstances, stability, and protection. You might develop a need for structure, for order, some limits. Looking at it negatively, you become concerned, not with needs like hunger and thirst, but with your fears and anxieties. Love/belonging – Social Needs: After physiological and safety needs are fulfilled, the third layer of human needs is social. This psychological aspect of Maslow's hierarchy involves emotionally-based relationships in general, such as: o Friendship o Intimacy o Having a supportive and communicative
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