There are several health care organizations that are restructuring how the organization conducts business. Each of these changes are caused by many factors, for example, electronic medical records, health insurance coverage, organizational turn-over of staff, and reducing cost of staff to maintain on a budget are just a few of the causes. Health care managers should research motivational methods that will work best within the organization. An operational manager must be able to understand a motivational method before connecting to the method. A manager should be flexible enough to use diverse methods given to the employee’s personality. A huge difference in personalities within a team can be challenging to motivate. A manager who is able to motivate and communicate effectively is dynamic to organizational changes. These methods are Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs, McClelland’s Acquired Theory, and Vroom’s Expectancy Theory. “Maslow (1954) postulated a “hierarchy of needs” that progresses from the lowest, subsistence-level needs to the highest level of self-awareness and actualization” With the achievement of each level met, individuals will be motivated to strive to progression to fulfillment on order to move on to the next level. The level of Maslow’s hierarchy include, physiological needs, safety needs, belonging needs, esteem needs, and self-actualization needs (Buchbinder, Shanks, & Dore, 2012, "Chapter 3, Management and Motivation, Theories of Motivation"). Physiological needs are the sustenance needed in personal life such as food, water, and sexual drive. Safety needs are the requirements, like shelter, a safe home, employment, health care, and money. The belonging need validates the need of social contact and interaction to include friendship, support, and affection. Esteem needs suggest having a positive regard, status, and recognition. Lastly, self-actualization needs of achievement, personal growth, development personal, and autonomy (Buchbinder, Shanks, & Dore, 2012, "Chapter 3, Management and Motivation, Theories of Motivation"). “The movement from one level to the next was termed “satisfaction progression” by Maslow and it was assumed that over time individuals were motivated to continually progress upward through these levels.” (Buchbinder, Shanks, & Dore, 2012, "Chapter 3, Management and Motivation, Theories of Motivation"). McClelland’s Acquired Needs Theory is the acquirement throughout life. This means to be able to learn to develop results in life experiences. McClelland’s theory is focused on three needs, need for achievement, need for affiliation, and need for power. The need of achievement underlines the aspiration for success, understanding of tasks, and managing goals. Affiliation needs demonstrates the need to focus on relationships and association with others. A need of power relates to the desire for responsibility, for control, and authority of others. According to Buchbinder, Shanks, and Dore (2012), “All four of these theories approach needs form a somewhat different perceptive and are helpful in understanding employee motivation on the basis of needs ("Chapter 3, Management and Motivation, Theories of Motivation"). The last motivational theory to be used as a manager is Vroom’s Expectancy Theory. This theory addresses the expectations of individuals and offers that they are motivated by performance and expected outcomes of their own behaviors (Buchbinder, Shanks, & Dore, 2012, "Chapter 3, Management
Prof. Lori Alfe
English 101 D220
Rough Draft #1
24 February 2015
“Life Changing Event”
Divorce: the word itself illustrates a destroying mindset or an impact on a person’s life, which indeed shatters’ their confidence and solidarity. I unfortunately am no exception. I experienced the same dark side of my life during my childhood. “The sorrow for the dead is the only sorrow from which we refused to be divorced. Every other wound we seek to heal-every other affliction to forget: but this…
Realism, Rational Action, and the Humean Theory of Motivation
Author(s): Melissa BarryReviewed work(s):Source: Ethical Theory and Moral Practice, Vol. 10, No. 3, Papers presented at the AnnualConference of the British Society for Ethical Theory, Southampton, July 2006 (June 2007),pp. 231-242Published by: SpringerStable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/40602508 .Accessed: 15/10/2012 22:59Your use of the JSTOR archive indicates your acceptance of the Terms & Conditions of Use, available at .http://www…
The Fantasy That Changed the World
Fantasy sports are still a relatively new genre of sport. Most of the research and studies regarding the industry are currently taking place and most of the information is still being processed. This study examined the fantasy sports industry by dividing it into four major themes. The exciting development of fantasy sports over the years, the sociological and psychological motives behind participation…
“Before anything else, preparation is the key to success” (Alexander Graham Bell, n.d.) What I find myself missing out on is the preparation I used to take before each assignment. I would have a pen and paper ready to formulate and note take and create drafts of assignments. I would have everything planned out and outlined making it easier to create the final representation. I started to remember what helped me take personal responsibility of my education and the first step is preparation. I am coming…
intrinsic motivation, caring behaviors, and future desire to participate. Sport
administrators can use this information for coach training, parent education and overall program evaluation.
Keywords: coaching feedback, caring climate, perceived motivational climate
Approximately 35 million young people participate
in sport in the U.S. annually, and 35% of them, unfortunately, choose to discontinue their participation each year.
Many of these young athletes drop out of sport because
they have not had…
obligated to go to war, they both have different motives for their participation.
While Joe and Charlie share the obligation to go to war, they have different motives. In the classic novel, Johnny Got His Gun, Joe Bonham is drafted into the war. Draft is compulsory recruitment for military service. It is illegal to not go to war when drafted, so for Joe he is obligated to fight in the war. His motivation wasn’t because he wanted to protect his…
that defense and without him they are dead.
Another way Lewis is a hero is that he is an inspiration to almost everybody. According to an article, “Ray Lewis is an ambassador for the game, a mentor both in and outside of the locker room, and a motivational speaker with far-reaching appeal beyond his sport that would inspire anyone” (Benbow 2). Ray Lewis is an inspiration to teammates and alos to many people away from football. He inspire many people through his speeches and motivates them and he…
of buyers who might require separate products or marketing mixes; the process of classifying customers into groups with different needs, characteristics or behaviour (P344, 2004). To segment the cooker market, the demographic, psychographic, motivational and behavioural factors should be proposed. As purpose of this report, social class, age group, income level, lifestyle, marriage and family with or without children could be a dimension for segmenting the market. The marketing segmentations can…
OXFORD BROOKES UNIVERSITY
The Identification Of Key Factors That Influence The Levels Of Motivation Of Employees In An Organization (Topic 6)
A Research and Analysis Project for the BSc. [Hons] in Applied Accounting
Name of Student: Andre Adimoolah
ACCA Registration # : 1119620
Date: 13th March 2009
Number of Words: 5,630
Acknowledgement and Thanks:
This project would not have existed today if it had not been for the following persons that I would like to thank:…