The effect of life skills stimulation on the human psyche

 Definition of motivation

Scholars differed in defining incentives formally, but they agreed on their content, so they defined incentives as (stimuli that move human behavior, and help direct it towards the required performance, when these incentives are important to the individual), and it was said: They are what is offered to the individual in terms of material or moral reward. As compensation for his outstanding performance. Incentives are important for all segments of society, including individuals, trainers, and institutions, so motivating and motivating workers is one of the most important factors of success. [1]

Motivation agents

The elements of motivation are as follows: [1]

Ability: so that the person is able and qualified to perform the required behavior, through which the work can be improved if it is stimulated, unlike the unqualified person.

Desire: It is the motivated individual's desire to reach the set goals and achieve them, and if the desire is not present in the individual, then the chance of success is small.

Effort: it indicates the energy expended and the time required to achieve the set goals; Energy alone is not sufficient for the individual to accomplish what is required of him, but rather needs sufficient time for that.

The effect of stimulation on the human psyche

The effect of motivation on Muhammad Marei

The effect of stimulation on a person’s psyche appears in the following: [2]

With motivation, the continuous initiative of the individual emerges, so creativity is renewed and continuous.

With motivation, many constructive proposals emerge, and many improvement methods that address deficiencies that are evident at work.

Motivation is the tool by which change takes place, develops work, and corrects its course, by introducing new and effective elements and methods to work and its mechanism. To increase its vitality.

Motivation achieves the vital balance within the organization or the field of work, which leads to the harmony of the elements of the work system, and to move dynamically in it.

With motivation, the employees' reaction - which then affects the effectiveness of implementation and follow-up - is strong. Whether in the internal or external work environment.

The effect of motivation in Abraham Maslow

Abraham Maslow demonstrated in the theory of human motivation that he developed, which is the theory of the scale of needs, or the hierarchy of needs, that human behavior comes as a result of specific needs that are not satisfied by individuals, and Maslow has arranged these needs hierarchically on five levels according to importance, and these needs must be satisfied according to Importance, if the stimulus wants to have the effect of changing the individual's behavior for the better, and the five categories of needs, as Maslow sees it, which have an impact on the psyche of the individual

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