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Motivating an Employee by Expectancy
William P.
According to Vroom, Expectancy is the 'momentary belief concerning the likelihood that a particular act will be followed by a particular outcome'. It can range from zero (belief that the outcome will not follow on from the act) to one (certainty that the outcome will follow on from the act). (...) Read more? Sign up for free
 

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Andreas
You should see expectancy as the perceived probability between effort and performance, from 0% (not all likely) to 100% or 1 (individual perceives it is sure that a given effort will lead to a desired performance).
 

         
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