MOTİVATİON THEORİES AND THE ELEMENTS OF THE LEADİNG MANAGEMENT EFFECT ON THE MOTİVATİON OF THE INDİVİDUAL
MOTİVASYON TEORİLERİ VE LİDER YÖNETİCİLİK UNSURLARININ BİREYLERİN MOTİVASYONUNA ETKİSİ

Author : Kanuni Süleyman ULUKUŞ
Number of pages : 247-262

Abstract

In this article, firstly the theories of motivation are discussed. Most organizations and managers want to motivate their staff but it still remains missing full information and implementation direction how to do that. Motivation theories are examined in two main parts as theories of context and process. Context theories can be ordered as Maslow's hierarchy of needs approach, Douglas McGregor’s (X) and (Y) theory, Herzberg's Two Factor Theory, McClelland's need for achievement theory and Alderfer's ERG theory. As Process theory, expectancy theory (Vroom’s expectancy theory, Skinner's the operant conditioning, Porter and Lawler’s Expectancy Theory) the purpose and equity theories are included in the study. Then the basic distinction between leaders and managers are mentioned and the leadership theories are emphasized. These theories are addressed such as great man theory, characteristics theory, behavioral theory, situational theories, leader-member exchange theory and the transf

Keywords

theories of motivation, leadership, management, leading management, motivation

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