Motivation refers to the drive and effort to satisfy a want or goal.
Satisfaction refers to the contentment experiences when a want is satisfied. In other words, motivation implies a drive toward an outcome, and satisfaction is the outcome already experienced.
Work and Motivation
Work itself is an extremely important consideration in motivation. Work is regarded differently by different people. The vast majority perform it essentially for what they believe they are getting from it; that is, doing the work is, in the ultimate, related to the personal goals of the individual. A person tends to work, with zeal if the satisfaction from the work is high and in keeping with what the person wants.
Over the long term, work cannot supply an instrumental act to acquire a material possession. In the ultimate, a person wants work that is personally meaningful; when this is lacking, motivational efforts are extremely difficult to attain.
The four major aspects of work that are important to an employee are:
- The general nature of the work its challenge and the use it requires of one’s talents.
- Freedom to perform the work, to use personal ideas, to feel vital in the efforts that bring about work accomplishment, and to make decisions about the work.
- Opportunity to grow and to develop through training, and feedback on performance, and to receive a reasonable variety of assignments.
- Recognition of work achievement in a forthright, similar and timely manner.
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