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2. Presented by:Rutuja WarangeheeNamrata Ingale 3. Contents:DefinitionComponents heeProcess of MotivationFeaturesImportanceTypes of MotivationClassic Theory of MotivationConclusion 4. Definition: Motivation is defined asthe process that initiates, guidesAnd maintains goal-orientedheebehaviors. It involves the biological,emotional, social and cognitiveforces that activate behavior. Ineveryday usage, the termmotivation is frequently used to describewhy a person does something. 5. Components :Three major types of components ofmotivation: heeActivation Persistence Intensity. 6. Process Of Motivation :hee 7. Features of motivation :Motivation is a psychological phenomenon. Motivation produces goal directed behavior.heeMotivators can be positive aswell as negative.Motivation is acomplex process. 8. Importance :Productive use of resources. Increased efficiency and output. Achievement of goals.heeDevelopment of friendlyrelationships. Stability in workforce.: 9. Types Of Motivation:Achievement FearAffiliation hee ExtrinsicCompetenceIntrinsicAttitudeIncentivePower Growth 10. Classical Theories Of Motivation :hee needsMaslows hierarchy oftheoryHerzbergs Two factor theoryTheory X and Y 11. Maslows Hierarchy OfNeeds:hee 12. Herzbergs Two FactorTheory:hee 13. Theory X and Y : Theory X:Assume that workers have little ambition, dislikework, avoid responsibility, and require closesupervision.hee Theory Y:Assumes that workers can exercise self-direction,desire, responsibility, and like to work.Assumptions :Motivation is maximized by participative decisionmaking, interesting jobs, and good group relation. 14. Conclusion: Motivation is the driving force that individuals need inorder to succeed to the fullest of their capabilities. hee Motivational experiences improve employeesattitudes, confidence, and performance and therefore,motivation is the key to performance improvement. 15. THANKYOU!!!