A presentation on MASLOW’S NEED HIERARCHY What is “MASLOW’s NEED HIERARCHY” ? “MASLOW’s NEED HIERARCHY” -is a motivation process which developed by Abraham Maslow. He identified five basic needs that fall into a hierarchy explains the internal motivation process: Physiological need. Safety need. Social need. Esteem need. Self-Actualization need. Self-Actualization need Esteem need Social need Safety need Psychological need Chart on “MASLOW’s NEED HIERARCHY” Psychological need Psychological need is the bottom of the hierarchy. It involves with an organization. These needs are satisfied by adequate wages & relaxed work environment which provides restrooms, adequate lighting, comfortable temperatures, ventilation etc. Safety need Safety need represents the need to be financially secure & protected against job loss. Safety need can be satisfied by the creation of seniority systems, pensions or some other retirement benefits & insurance plan etc. Social need Social need is the need for love, affection, the need to belong & accepted by other people. A manager can help satisfy these needs by allowing social interaction & by making employees feel like part of a team or group. Esteem need Esteem need actually comprise two different sets of needs: Positive self-image & self-respect. Recognition & respect for others. This kind of need produces such satisfaction as power, prestige, status & self-confidence. Self-Actualization need Self-Actualization need got the top position in the hierarchy It involves the need for one’s potential for continued growth & individual development. These needs are perhaps the most difficult for a managers to address. FINALLY!!!