activating- which stimulates us to do something, directive- which guides our behavior towards meeting specific goals or needs, sustaining- which helps us to sustain behaviors until we reach our goals and motivating- motives that differs in strength depending on the person and situation. According to an article on Cherry (2016), the researchers have developed a number of theories to describe motivation and each individual theories tends to be rather limited in a scope. The Humanistic theories of motivation are based on the idea that people also have strong cognitive reasons to act in order to meet their needs, which is illustrated in Abraham Maslow 's hierarchy of needs which presents different motivations at different levels. According to the Drive theory of motivation, people are motivated to take certain actions that is caused by unmet needs. For example, you might be motivated to drink a glass of water in order to reduce the
Needs of power help people reach their goal by “. . . [having] influence over others and make an impact on them”(pg.38). A person high in these needs can shift people to get their way.
High public self-consciousness people are more aware of how people think and give opinion to them and try to create valuable and specific image. Self-esteem is important to publicity self-conscious people and this is connected to emotional brand attachment. There is two types of self-congruence such as actual self-congruence and ideal self-congruence. Different types of self-congruence, behavioral and psychological characteristics of consumers must be important parts of brand personality. Generally, the brand with self-congruence created a higher level of brand attachment emotionally.
Desires and goals are the inherent strength that drives us to move, take action or plan to achieve. Motivation is to understand what causes behaviour, what starts the behaviour, why a person does something and why the behaviour stops and what are the forces that determine behaviour’s intensity. There are different types of motivation, Intrinsic and Extrinsic. Intrinsic Motivation is an inner desire involving one’s interest and develops it to one’s capacities and satisfying the psychological needs that is autonomy, competence and relatedness. These are support from one’s relationships and the environment.
Robbins (2002:155) defines motivation as “the process that account for an individual’s intensity, direction, and persistence of effort toward attaining a goal”. Moreover, Draft(2008)defines the motivation as “the arousal, direction, and persistence of behaviour”. However, there is another aspect to consider the Intrinsic rewards and Extrinsic rewards. People behave in different ways to satisfy different needs. When these needs are full filled, they gain a reward.
This lead to show how there is a fine line when excessively valuing positivity. The individuals that tend to prioritize positivity highly are at an advantage by having more experiences of positive emotions. These results also led to questions for further research. Questions on how cultural or biological factors would support this and if certain life experiences would make a difference. There were also ideas such as could prioritizing positivity lead to interventions that help individual’s well-being or a way to
First of all, high levels of emotional intelligence are needed in teamwork-related activities. When people are capable of interacting in a good way, they are more likely to be creative and responsive to the ideas of the whole group. Secondly, 90 percent of top performers have a high emotional intelligence (“About Emotional Intelligence,” 2011). Thus, it is a benefit and an advantage for a person to strive for higher emotional intelligence scores. There are ways that a person can improve their emotional intelligence.
Knowledge produced with difficulty triggers our emotion and reason, allowing for the knowledge to hold greater value. Do we truly only value knowledge when it is produced with difficulty? Knowledge is information we gain through experiences. Value is how important something is to us, how we receive and utilize this knowledge. The target Way of Knowings I chose are Emotion and Reason.
Abstract The purpose of this paper is to explain how a group can become a high-performance team. The purpose is also to examine the impact of demographic characteristics and cultural diversity on group behavior. This paper will illustrate how demographic characteristics and cultural diversity contribute to or detract from high-performance teams. High-Performance Teams A high-level of performance makes up the basis for groups and teams today. High-performance is a major focus for many organizations since group and teams have become more common among organizations.
In order to understand the communication process between a sender and a receiver it is important to understand the related figure below. In order organization to conduct effective communication between their public it is essential to answer: • “What to communicate? • What is the objective? • How to communicate? • Whom to address?