Maslow's hierarchy of needs theory
According to this theory, people have layers of needs, and until the lower-layer needs are satisfied, they will not move to satisfy the upper-layer needs. For example, if you are unemployed and broke, and as a result your very survival is in danger, you don't care about buying health insurance or life insurance or dating to look for a life partner.
McClelland's achievement motivation theory
According to this theory, the following three needs motivate people:
â€¢ Achievement - This is the need to perform well, achieve success, and get recognized for it. The key idea here is the drive to excel.
â€¢ Affiliation - This is the need or desire for good relationships at work. You want to feel connected at work.
â€¢ Power - This is the desire to move things, to influence people or events. The key term here is the world dominance or making a difference.
There are many more than three different types of motivation, and many theories of motivation in different settings. These range from need theories such as the famous Hierarchy of Needs postulated by Maslow, to widely varying psychological models and theories based on the works of Machiavelli and Plato.
The underlying difference between Maslow and Rogers theories is that Rogers maintained that in order for someone to achieve self-actualization they must have been in a relationship in which there is congruency, empathy, and unconditional positive regard. Maslow in contrast maintained that self-actualizing people maintain their self esteem because the lower needs have been satisfied and therefore they are able to maintain their self esteem even when faced with rejection from others. Another difference between Maslow and Rogers is that Maslow placed emphasis on peak experiences. Peak experiences are a moment in life that go beyond ordinary perceptions, thoughts, and feelings that allow an individual to feel more alive and transforms their understanding of themselves and the world. Rogers. Maslow felt these rare, mystical experiences empower an individual and allows them to feel the effects of self-actualization Redwine12Roses
The distinguishing features between Abraham Maslow\'s hierarchy of needs model and Philip Selznick\'s institutional approach as natural systems perspective theories are (i) Maslow\'s needs theory focuses on the progressive stages of man\'s needs from the most basic physiological need to the most advanced one of self-actualization; whereas Selznick\'s institutional theory is focused on the organization and how rules and norms are established within it. (ii) Maslow\'s needs theory focuses on people whereas Selznick\'s institutional theory focuses on organizational systems.
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