The needs theory which we applied in our group was Mc Clelland’s motivation theory for affiliation, power and achievement. In the beginning the motivation level of all the members was moderate as we all were working for completing an assignment but as we stated working as a team and were motivated with participative leadership style the motivation level rose to high levels as we wanted our project to be among the best ones (Lin, 2007). There were times when the motivation level fluctuated, but the leadership style followed was effective enough to motivate the team. In our group we have utmost need for achievement by undertaking personal responsibilities with risk associated with the information we were gathering to prepare our assignment. We all had motivation for need of power by positively influencing the fellow students with the kind of efforts we have put in for completing the work with dedication and even we wanted to have competitive spirit within team and with other groups so that we can give our best. Lastly, we all were motivated with the need of affiliation as we all wanted to have friendly environment in the group for working effectively. Our main motto of working as a team was working with co-operation from everyone and for everyone. As to our process theory of motivation, we had adopted equity theory for motivating the members of the team (Ruighaver, 2007). This theory includes efforts from the sides, so we used appreciations within group as a motivating factor for extraordinary performances by any of the team members and even for all of us to achieve the target. Full emphasis was given to keep motivating all the members of the team so that desired outputs can be achieved.