CONT.. (MOTIVATION FROM ISLAMIC PERSPECTIVE (Motivation Factors in Islam…
MOTIVATION FROM ISLAMIC PERSPECTIVE
Motivation Factors in Islam
Willingness to give your time and energy to do something that you believe in/a promise/firm decision to do something.
Drive (the need theory)
Factor that influences human to fulfill their physiological need.
Reward (external stimuli)
Extrinsic reward - consequences of behaviour.
Intrinsic reward - psychological aspects
Instinct and innate biological determinants for behaviour
A way of behaving, thinking or feeling that is not learned and it is a natural desire that makes you want to act in a particular way.
Source Motivation in Islam
Reward for good deeds are not confined only to this world, but also extend to the Hereafter.
Work is a form of ibadah to Allah S.W.T. as long as it conforms to the divine norms and values.
Work efforts are a form of virtuous deed which is the attainment of true success.
Must search industrially for the bounty that Allah S.W.T. has provided for his sustenance.
Believes in existence of human soul and its influence in human motivation.
Motivation through Reward and Punishment
Islamic views motivation are more comprehensive and holistic.
Western theories - man is basically a materialistic being.
Work Motivation through Reward and Punishment
Moral and spiritual responsibilities for anyone who holds a position of authority in any sphere of human society
The person in charge is morally and spiritually responsible to treat every member of the working class equally.
To Allah SWT for their use of authority and power.