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This presentation is a compilation of PowerPoint descriptions and diagrams used to convey eight of the most popular motivation theories and models.

Motivational strategies can help improve employee performance, reduce the chances of low employee morale, encourage teamwork and instill a positive attitude during challenging times.

Employees with a high level of motivation typically work harder and smarter and can overcome common workplace challenges with ease; this helps the organization reach its objectives and improve operations overall.

CONTENTS:

1. Introduction to Motivation Theories
1.1 Basic concepts of motivation
1.2 Why is motivation important?
1.3 Types of motivation theories

2. Content Theories of Motivation
2.1 Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs
2.2 Alderfer's ERG Theory
2.3 Herzberg's Two-Factor Theory
2.4 McClelland's Acquired Needs Theory

3. Process Theories of Motivation
2.5 Adams' Equity Theory
2.6 Vroom's Expectancy Theory
2.7 Locke's Goal-Setting Theory

4. Reinforcement Theory of Motivation
4.1 Skinner's Reinforcement Theory

5. Challenges of Motivation in the New Workplace

This presentation includes motivation theories and models covering an Introduction to Motivation Theories, Content Theories, Process Theories, Reinforcement Theory, Abraham Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs, Clayton Alderfer's ERG Theory, Frederick Herzberg's Two-Factor Theory, David McClelland's Acquired Needs Theory, J. Stacy Adams' Equity Theory, Victor Vroom's Expectancy Theory, Edwin Locke's Goal-Setting Theory, B. F. Skinner's Reinforcement Theory and a final session that includes the challenges of motivation in today's workplaces.

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