Abraham Maslow's Theory Of Motivation And Management

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Motivation is a meaning which has many definitions arising from the differen thinking of the individual. Each person perceives and understands the motivation differently. Some people argue that, motivation is the main driver for achieving objectives, led by their own thoughts, feelings and emotions. It is defined also as a process of voluntary decision of the individual for a certain deliberate action or inaction in a particular situation. Attention on the motivation of people paying the American psychologist Abraham Maslow, who claims that motivation is a goal which gives meaning and rationalization of life.
In the research and study of the human personality Abraham Maslow defined man as "being willing", which rarely reaches a state of satisfaction. Whenever one need is satisfied then it comes another that directs efforts and attention. To describe how people seek to satisfy their needs Maslow developed so called "Hierarchy of needs". He expressed this hierarchy, in five levels of needs that humans have, with the most basic need emerging first and the most sophisticated need last. These
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In one organization the staff can be motivated in many ways. To operate one company successfully, the manager must ensure that it provides the necessary prerequisites to meet the needs and expectations of employers. For instance: payment - remuneration for the good work from the employee is an important motivational approach; accrual of allowances to the salary for a well done job is also a good approach to motivate; enabling staff to use all the skills and knowledge according to their qualifications; setting higher goals to achieve; creating a good attitude from the manager in the team; vote of confidence in the staff; empowering career - enhancing the training and retraining; to meet the needs of the team. Presented by Maslow’s pyramid, these examples are listed and look as
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