: EnglishShort Description
: One way to understand what motivates people is by learning how individuals choose to give a certain level of effort. Expectancy theory states that workers will become motivated based on the extent to which they believe that their efforts will lead to high performance, that this high performance is going to be rewarded, and that they will happy with the rewards offered. Expectancy theory holds that people make conscious choices about their motivation based on three factors: valence, expectancy, and instrumentality. When all three are high, a worker’s motivational force is high. Managers can leverage this information to better motivate their employees.
An important element of workplace management is when managers motivate workers to do their job well. This course discusses how expectancy theory can be used to motivate employees.Instructor Description
: This class is an independent-study course. Students will have all the resources needed to successfully complete the course within the online material. A student helpdesk is available for technical support during the course enrollment.
Broadband or high-speed internet access is required. Broadband includes DSL, cable, and wireless connections.
Dial-Up internet connections will result in a diminished online experience. Moodle pages may load slowly and viewing large audio and video files may not be possible.
Windows hardware configurations and processors are acceptable
Mac computers MUST have Microsoft Window Operating Systems over Bootcamp (Bootcamp is a free download from Apple''s website)
1 GB RAM minimum recommended
Windows XP, Vista or 7 and Mac OS X 10 or higher with Windows
Google Chrome is highly recommended
Internet Explorer is not recommended as it may not display certain menus and links
Cookies MUST be enabled
Pop-ups MUST be allowed (Pop-up Blocker disabled)
Kindle Reader App is needed for many courses (No special equipment needed. This can be downloaded onto your computer.)
Adobe PDF Reader
Media Plug-ins (These may be required depending on your course media.)
Adobe Flash Player (Required for many courses.)
Adobe Acrobat Reader, Apple Quicktime, Windows Media Player, &/or Real Player
PowerPoint Viewer (Use this if you don''t have PowerPoint)