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  • About
  • The Global ETD Search service is a free service for researchers to find electronic theses and dissertations. This service is provided by the Networked Digital Library of Theses and Dissertations.
    Our metadata is collected from universities around the world. If you manage a university/consortium/country archive and want to be added, details can be found on the NDLTD website.
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Fostering the Motivational Climate of a Team : A Case Study of the Organisation Environment of a Football Team

Rickard, Stephen, Rickard, Matilda, Dang, Yufei January 2012 (has links)
Football management is a science that has exploded in social and economic relevance in the past years (Morrow, 2003). Management of the football team has become increasingly important and has focused on motivational aspects within a team setting. One key characteristic of a successful football manager is arguably his/her ability to motivate players within a team to often operate at and above their potential (Perry, 2000). Due to the specialisation of football management in motivational aspects within a team setting, football management offers potential insights for general  management practice regarding maximising performance from members of a team. In this investigation, the organisation environment of a football team, which is the managerial formed organisational factors such as team structure, processes and communication patterns, will be assessed in relation to its ability to motivate team members through motivational theories (LaFasto & Larsson, 2001). This investigation took an explorative nature, aiming to contribute to existing literature within team management practices. Interviews with football managers and surveys with football players contributed with new findings into a science that has experienced limited previous research (Forslund, 2010). This investigation found that football management employs a number of practical techniques to promote a positive motivational climate within their teams. Members of football teams are largely positively motivated due to management’s ability to clarify roles, responsibilities, expectations, values and goals. Therefore, promoting a collective identity, that is supported by management to constantly improve and develop.
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Kan motivationseffekten öka genom en extern föreläsare?

Palm, Malin, Jansson, Anna January 2009 (has links)
No description available.
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Kan motivationseffekten öka genom en extern föreläsare?

Palm, Malin, Jansson, Anna January 2009 (has links)
No description available.
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Motivierte Wahrnehmung selektive Aufmerksamkeit und entlastende Umdeutungen bei der Aufnahme valenter Informationen /

Voss, Andreas. January 2004 (has links) (PDF)
Trier, Univ., Diss., 2004. / Computerdatei im Fernzugriff.
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Motivierte Wahrnehmung selektive Aufmerksamkeit und entlastende Umdeutungen bei der Aufnahme valenter Informationen /

Voss, Andreas. January 2004 (has links) (PDF)
Trier, Universiẗat, Diss., 2004.
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Humanitarian Intervention in Ethnic Conflict in light of Kosovo

吳素蘭 Unknown Date (has links)
Humanitarian intervention has always been one of the most controversial issues in the international relations community. One of the reasons for being so controversial is because of difficulty in judging a state’s true motivation to intervene. Third party involvement in internal ethnic conflict has generated much interest especially in post Cold War period. They became the interveners of intra-state conflict disputes in order to minimize the potentials for human rights abuses, instability and violence. However looking back at the inconsistency of the action from the third parties by intervening in one area but not in another one, put into doubts the “pure” nature of humanitarian intervention. A close look to conceptual and empirical level of humanitarian intervention in ethnic conflict helps to understand better the real motivations that drive the third parties to intervene in order to give an end to the internal disputes. This thesis suggests that realist-liberalist perspectives are the best paradigms which can explain the controversial aspect of the humanitarian intervention. The detailed analyses of the case study of Kosovo and the comparison with the ethnic conflict in Rwanda has illustrated that there doesn’t exist such a concept as “pure humanitarian intervention” but a mixture of motivations and aims are involved in these humanitarian emergencies.
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Lärares arbete med elevers motivation och intresse för matematik i gymnasieskolan : En studie om lärarens arbetssätt med att anpassa sin undervisning för att väcka den inre drivkraften / Teachers practices for fostering motivation and interest in high school methematics : A study of teaching techniques used by teachers to inspire internal motivation to learn

Krusell, Anna January 2016 (has links)
This master thesis explores the teacher’s pedagogical work for motivating high school students’ interest in math. Recently the media has been reporting on how Swedish pupils loose motivation and interest for school. More and more students drop out of high school because they find school meaningless. Moreover, many studies, such as PISA, show that students’ educational level in subjects such as mathematics is decreasing. In the National Curriculum for 2011 (Lgr 11) the Swedish National Agency for Education (Skolverket) held teachers accountable for motivating students to learn. The classroom environment that high school teachers meet has many obstacles that affect education negatively, such as low motivation from primary school, the students’ knowledge of math from the previous school is inadequate, or students are on different skill levels. The purpose of my study is to examine how high school mathematics teachers work to create interest and motivation for mathematics, which factors teachers believe may increase students’ interest in mathematics and how teachers adapt their teaching to accommodate all students. The results of my study show that many students starting high school have lost their motivation for mathematics in primary school. These unmotivated students do not see the meaning to learn math and find mathematics as a difficult subject. According to the respondents there is a challenge to renew their interests for mathematics once again, and make math challenging and exciting. Teachers can improve motivation by being positive end changing study techniques. The teachers interviewed in the study report consistently that the most effective strategies are teaching by understanding and applying the knowledge to students’ daily lives.
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Conditioning of employee performance : laziness, helplessness, industriousness

Manger, Harold Arthur 08 1900 (has links)
No description available.
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Need for achievement in Negro and white children

Merbaum, Ann Dissinger, January 1961 (has links)
Thesis--University of North Carolina. / eContent provider-neutral record in process. Description based on print version record. Includes bibliographical references.
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Natural motivation in the Pauline Epistles

Austgen, Robert J. January 1966 (has links)
Thesis--University of Fribourg. / Bibliography: p. 137-146.

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