Theories of Motivation
Motivation is formally defined as forces within an individual that account for the level, direction, and persistence of effort. Within each of us, as human beings there are factors that influence the decisions we make about how we react to things we experience. We decide how to react based on our own personal analysis of how our needs or expectations were or were not met by that particular experience. Motivation is talked about as being made up of three types of theories. They are the reinforcement, content, and process theories.
Reinforcement theories emphasize the linkage between individual behavior and some specific outcomes to show how managers can alter the direction, level, or persistence of individual actions. These theories concentrate more on the motivational techniques of managers to control their subordinates' motivation in the work environment.
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