Sasone, Carol and Harakiewicz (2000) stated that there are 2 types of motivation, intrinsic and extrinsic. Intrinsic motivation was described as a motivation which dependent on internal factors such as the desire to work hard and the satisfaction of accomplishing something. For example an employee was motivated to become employee of the month, so he always submits his work before the datelines. The second type of motivation is extrinsic motivation. It described as a motivation that depends on external factors such as money, believes that external factors (money) have negative effect on behaviour. The chart emphasis is on creating a positive work environment. Employer should provide a culture through Good relationships. For example managers take care of their employees. They find out about the expectations of their employees. They give clear directions and the team has fun together. Clear communications and clear goals expectations are set and plans to be shared. Reasons for doing things are clearly
Bibliography: Maslow’s books are easy to read and full of interesting ideas. The best known are Toward a Psychology of Being (1968), Motivation and Personality (first edition, 1954, and second edition, 1970), and The Further Reaches of Human Nature (1971). Finally, there are many articles by Maslow, especially in the Journal of Humanistic Psychology, which he cofounded. For more information on-line, go to http://www.nidusnet.org.