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Jeffery David Whippo Believes That Motivation is Often Measured in Relative Terms

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Jeffery David Whippo Believes That Motivation is Often Measured in Relative Terms

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Jeffery David Whippo explains how motivation is measured. According to him, Motivation is often measured in relative terms. Moreover, the current state of motivation can be compared to previous or subsequent levels of motivation or to motivation in a different goal state.

Jeffery David Whippo explains how motivation is measured. According to him, Motivation is often measured in relative terms. Moreover, the current state of motivation can be compared to previous or subsequent levels of motivation or to motivation in a different goal state.

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Jeffery David Whippo Believes That Motivation is Often Measured in Relative Terms

  1. 1. Jeffery David Whippo Believes That Motivation is Often Measured in Relative Terms Jeffery David Whippo explains how motivation is measured. According to him, motivation is a vital internal resource that allows you to adapt in response to changes in the environment, function productively, and maintain well-being. Motivational researchers measure motivation in terms of observable responses. Motivation is often measured in relative terms. Moreover, the current state of motivation can be compared to previous or subsequent levels of motivation or to motivation in a different goal state. Talking about external motivation, it is the desire to work for rewards and avoid being penalized. Thus, this type of motivation can be the simplest to measure. Jeffery feels that while measuring external motivation, it is important to continue measuring the effectiveness of motivators like bonuses to see if fewer employees respond to them over time. Jeffery D Whippo further states that motivation can also be measured by noting how many times an employee volunteers to do a task. It is important to look at how many times each employee does something outside of his job description. Various organizations offer questionnaires that are designed to measure motivation. These are constructed to produce results that provide a bell curve and a graph that shows a bulge in the middle where most people are grouped. Overall, Jeffery David Whippo believes that motivation can result from the interaction of both conscious and unconscious factors and that the intensity of desire or need, the incentive or reward value of the goal, and the expectations of the individual as well as their peers can all be factors in motivation.

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