Theories Of Maslow's Hierarchy Of Needs

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Once they success doing it , it motivated them to try something that more bigger and more challenging because it give a high value of self-satisfaction and self-potential that they can be whatever they wanted to be and do. Moreover, by doing that, they would generate their own confident level and they can determine their ability and their own performance potentials (Hartzell,, 2015).To conclude, the theories of Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs can motivate the employee in the company from the beginner employee to reach the top and upper level in the company because he or she have meet and achieve and motivated by all the needs of theories of Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs.
Other motivational theories that can motivate the company employee is Hertzberg’s Two-Factor Theory. This type of motivational theories is used to identify the positive which refer as attraction and satisfaction and the negative which refers as dissatisfaction of the feeling of their work and conditions (Contractzilla, 2014).
This leadership is classified into two type of factor which is motivator factors and hygiene factors. Both factor have their own pro and cons. Motivator factor is a factor that identify the satisfaction and motivation level of the workers while hygiene factors is a factors that identify the dissatisfaction and lower down the motivation level of the employee performance (Contractzilla, 2014).
How does this motivation factor and hygiene factor can reflect and motivate the company

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