Perspectives on Motivation: the Thought and Content Process
"Compare and contrast (1) the content and (2) the thought process perspectives of motivation, using specific theories (other than Maslow's) to highlight the two perspectives.
Motivation can be defined as a psychological process that leads to choice of behaviour resulting in some level of job performance, depending on the intensity, desire, energy generated by the individual (Blair 2002). In the workplace, employees are expected to perform an expected output, what makes employees perform to reach this goal is a combination of factors, namely motivation. …
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