Preview of “motivation facilitator slides moz campv1.pptx”
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2 Objectives By the end of this session, you will be able to: • Understand a few basic theories of motivation • Better understand what motivates others • Apply motivational theories to diagnose motivation problems • Create a plan for increasing motivation within your group
3 To Be, or Not To Be…. Motivated • Remember a time when you felt totally motivated and be prepared to briefly describe what caused you to be motivated. • Remember a time when you felt totally de- motivated and be prepared to briefly describe what caused you to be de- motivated. 3
4 Basics of Motivation • We are all motivated differently. • Motivation isn’t something you do to someone. • As leaders, your job is to create a climate for motivation. 4
5 Maslow’s Heirarchy of Needs 5
6 Herzberg s Two-Factor Theory Hygiene factors Motivation factors If absent can lead to Which lead to Dissatisfaction Satisfaction Company policy Achievement Supervision Recognition Relationship w/ Leader Work itself Work conditions Responsibility Salary Advancement Relationship with Growth peers Security 6
7 Herzberg s Motivation Methods Job enlargement Empowerment Job enrichment 7
Daniel Pink8 Type X Type I Extrinsic motivators Intrinsic motivators Fueled by extrinsic Fueled by internal rewards drives Carrots Incentives Arises from Bonuses universal needs Behavior is a renewable Seeing problems resource through known solutions Promotes greater physical and mental well-being 8
9 Daniel Pink s Elements of Motivation Autonomy - the desire to direct our own lives Mastery - the urge to get better and better at something that matters Purpose - the yearning to do what we do in service to something larger than ourselves 9
10 Defining Our Motivators What are some of the motivators in your group? 10
11 Applying the Information 1. Choose a specific motivational problem in your group. 2. Use the worksheet to capture the information and apply the theories. 3. When completed, share your situation with a partner who will help develop a strategy for motivating the person. 4. Please take 10 minutes each for this exercise.
12 Capturing the Learning What have you learned? How will you apply it?