What Is An Integrated Model Of Motivation?


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The integrated theory of motivation is an integration of content theories and process theories of motivation. The content theories refer to "what motivates" and the process theories refer to "how motivates".
Unsatisfied needs stimulate wants. In this situation a first-level manager feels a need to be respected.
Behaviour is identified to satisfy the want. The first-level manager identifies the behaviours that can satisfy the want.
The individual takes action. The first-level manager selects the best option and then takes action.
The individual receives feedback. The response the manager gets from top management constitutes the feedback in this case. If the response is positive, the top manager has helped the first-level manager meet the need. The top manager has also increased the likelihood that the first-level manager will behave similarly in the future.

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