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dc.contributor.authorKrisda Tanchaisak
dc.contributor.otherAssumption University. Martin de Tours School of Management and Economics
dc.identifier.citationAU Journal of Management 3, 2 (June-December 2005), 30-38
dc.descriptionIn English ; only abstract in English.
dc.description.abstractThis article adopts a system approach to analyze the Porter-Lawler model. This model synthe- sizes two important motivational models: the expectancy and the equity models. The expectancy model describes the influence of worker's expectation about the jobs and the rewards gained via the motiva- tion process. The equity model describes workers I comparison of rewards and effort ratios with others. The Porter-Lawler model suggests workers are motivated if they believe their effort will result in re- wards they deem important and that the effort-reward ratio must be equivalent to their referents. This model implies workers operate solely on economic rationale. The researcher describes emotion as a significant determinant of worker's judgement about referents, rewards, and equity. Emotional intelli- gence (EI) is proposed as an influential intervening variable in the Porter-Lawler motivation process model.
dc.publisherAssumption University
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dc.subjectAU Journal of Management
dc.subjectAU Journal of Management -- 2005
dc.subject.otherAssumption University -- Periodicals
dc.subject.otherEmotional intelligence
dc.subject.otherPsychology, Industrial
dc.subject.otherEmployee motivation
dc.titleEmotional intelligence for employees' motivation
mods.genreJournal Article
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