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by Prof. Dr. Majid Bagram 6/2/2015 1 The Relevance of Motivation for College Faculty FACILITATOR Prof. Dr. Muhammad Majid Mahmood 0333-5188677 majidbagramyahoo.com  What do you love doing  What do others appreciate about you They will give you all the correct answers. WHY AREN’T THEY DOING IT  Motivation is a Latin word which means „to move‟.  The set of forces that leads people to behave in a particular ways.  The objective is to motivate people to behave in ways that are in the organization‟s best interest.

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by Prof. Dr. Majid Bagram 6/2/2015 2  A state of mind in which a person views any particular task or goal.  Used as a term to describe the process of activating human behavior .  People vary in their ability to do an activity and in their willingness to do it.  Motivation is the willingness aspect.  Motives or needs are defined as wants drives or impulses within the individual. They are the drives to action and the reasons for behavior. Hersey Blanchard 1993.  It increases the probability of success.  Job Performance P depends upon motivation M ability A and environment E P M + A + E Why do some people climb mountains While others run And others just sit

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by Prof. Dr. Majid Bagram 6/2/2015 3 And why do millions of people go to work each day is the force that drives our actions Get Noticed Be Remembered Make a Name for Yourself 16 Pakistan`s Women Cricket Team Success

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by Prof. Dr. Majid Bagram 6/2/2015 4 What will you need to do to achieve your vision What‟s a must What‟s useful 1 Positive and negative 2 Financial and Non-financial 3 Extrinsic and Intrinsic

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by Prof. Dr. Majid Bagram 6/2/2015 6 Education can make the difference Durdana Rehman enrolled in the Fatima Jinnah Medical College Lahore Saba Hameed Third Position holder in the Intermediate Exams Lahore Board …Achieving Dreams Anum Fatima new entrant to top business school successfully completed her first year with 3.7 GPA

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by Prof. Dr. Majid Bagram 6/2/2015 7 Abdul Rauf - wants to serve the nation and change the way people perceive the Police Force …Achieving Dreams  The Material Self  The Social Self  The Spiritual Self  Paradigms are frames of reference ‘we see the world not as it is but as we are- or sometimes as we are conditioned to see.  Our paradigms correct or incorrect are the sources of our attitudes behaviors ultimately our relationship with others -STEPHEN R. COVEY How to reach the career goals set without losing personal and family life How can I keep a promise I make to myself There’s so much to do and there’s never enough time. How can I manage my life effectively Two people can see the same thing disagree and yet both be right. The more we examine the way we see things the more we can test them against reality. Listen to others and be open to their perceptions to get a broader view.

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by Prof. Dr. Majid Bagram 6/2/2015 8  We often see and hear what we want to see and hear based upon our past experiences interests motives expectations to stay within our comfort zone. PERCEPTION vs. R E A L ITY … 45 Self Safety and security Belonging Esteem Physiological needs

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by Prof. Dr. Majid Bagram 6/2/2015 9 49  The Equity Theory was first discussed in early 1960s by J. S. Adams.  It was a practical explanation for why employees perform the way they do.  An employee compares his/her job’s inputs-output ratio with that of relevant others and then corrects any inequity.  Employees are motivated when their perceived inputs equal outputs 50 Specific Specific Goals Goals Difficult Difficult Goals Goals Increase Performance Increase Performance Higher Performance Higher Performance 3 Basic Needs: 1 Need for achievement 2 Need for power 3 Need for affiliation 52 Behavior is a function of its consequences Designing a Motivating Environment You cannot motivate people but you can create an environment or organizational climate in which they will feel motivated. You cannot motivate people but you can create an environment or organizational climate in which they will feel motivated. •communicate •empower employees •develop employees •show appreciation •manage ethically and impartially and •promote workplace wellness. Young suggested six points to build a positive motivational environment: Young suggested six points to build a positive motivational environment:

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by Prof. Dr. Majid Bagram 6/2/2015 10 FOCUS 1 PERSONALITIES 2 COMMUNICATION 3 LEADERSHIP 4 EXPECTATIONS 5

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by Prof. Dr. Majid Bagram 6/2/2015 11 COSTS 6 ENVIRONMENT 7 EMOTIONS 8 Every successful person has a painful story. Every painful story has a successful ending. Accept the pain and get ready for success. If you miss an opportunity dont fill the eyes with tears. It will hide another better opportunity in front of you

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by Prof. Dr. Majid Bagram 6/2/2015 12 1 Notice each individual 2 Say Thank-you even a smile can make a big difference. 3 Make staff feel respected and valued 4 Share your experience and knowledge 5 Be confident about people. 6 Be honest and trustworthy 7 D o n ’ t take personal credit for their success 8 Create a blame-free culture 9 Set developmental goals 10 Make work fun Motivation - TOP 10 TIPS “Sometimes when I consider what tremendous consequences come from little things … I am tempted to think … there are no little things” . FACILITATOR Prof. Dr. Muhammad Majid Mahmood 0333-5188677 majidbagramyahoo.com May Allah Reward You

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