This template contains diagrams and explanations of well-known motivation theories, such as ERG Theory, Theory X and Theory Y, and many more.
Motivation plays an essential role in achieving company objectives and implementing guidelines. It not only improves employee performance, but can also increase employee loyalty. Motivational coaching and training is a good investment for companies in a wide range of industries.
To motivate others, it is important to understand and apply the principle behind motivation. Motivation theories provide companies with incentives and tools to encourage and inspire employees. Diagrams can help convey the application and effect of these theories.
Our PowerPoint template contains graphics and definitions of well-known motivational theories. In addition, you will find information on work motivation and explanations on the application of motivation models.
With This PowerPoint Template, You Can
- learn about important theories of motivation
motivate your team with established methods
illustrate the most important points of well-known theories of motivation
This Template Includes:
- a definition of motivation
- psychological theories of motivation
- content and cognitive theories
- intrinsic and extrinsic motivation
- motivational tools
- influencing factors
- application and practical relevance
- Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs
- ERG (Existence Relatedness Growth) Theory
- Theory X and Theory Y
- Two-Factor Theory
- Fundamental Motives by McClelland, Yukl and Reiss
- Atkinson’s Risk-Taking Model
- Porter-Lawler Expectancy Model
- Rubicon Model of Action Phases by Heckhausen and Gollwitzer
- Balance Theory (Bruggemann)
- Adam’s Equity Theory
- Expectancy, Instrumentality and Valence Theory (Vroom)
- Heckhausen’s Self-Evaluation Model
- Locke’s Goal-Setting Theory
- Bandura’s Self-Regulation Theory
- Pritchard and Ashwood’s Motivation Theory