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Expectancy Value Theory: Motivating Healthcare Workers

  title={Expectancy Value Theory: Motivating Healthcare Workers},
  author={Stefania De Simone},
Vroom’s expectancy theory provides a process of cognitive variables that reflects individual differences in work motivation. In this model, employees are rational people whose beliefs, perceptions, and probability estimates influence their behaviors. From a management perspective, the expectancy theory has some important implications for motivating employees in healthcare setting. It identifies several important things that can be done to motivate employees. The paper presents the results of an… 

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