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  • TAMCAR Workshop: The Power of Motivation

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    Internal Motivation

    Motivation Competencies One of three personal competencies of Emotional

    Intelligence

    Underlying competencies:

    1. Achievement Drive: striving to

    improve or meet a standard of

    excellence

    2. Commitment: embracing the group’s

    or organization’s vision and goals

    3. Initiative and Optimism: twin

    competencies that mobilize people to

    seize opportunities and allow them to take setbacks and obstacles in stride

    (Daniel Goleman, Working with Emotional Intelligence)

    10 Tips to Build Motivation  Clarify why the goals you have set are important to you.

     Define what motivates you by clarifying what you are truly passionate about

     List your goals and post them where you can see them.

     Question the status quo and make suggestions for improvement.

     Read articles or quotes that inspire you.

     Create time to focus on your passions each day.

     Set specific goals with dates for achievement.

     Spend time visualizing the outcome of what you are trying to achieve.

     Celebrate accomplishments that bring your goals closer.

     With a trusted advisor or peer, document your goals and create a detailed action plan to reach

    them.

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    External Motivation

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    Motivators Defined

    Motivator Focus on Value to Team Stressors Typical Jobs

    THEORETICAL

    UTILITARIAN

    INDIVIDUALISTIC

    AESTHETIC

    SOCIAL

    TRADITIONAL

    My strong motivators:

    My indifferent motivators:

    From The Leadership Training Activity Book

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    Understanding Motivation

    Causal Motivation Answer any two of the following questions:

    a. Should we protect wildlife at the expense of a person’s vocation?

    Answer:

    b. Should we spend a larger portion of tax dollars on education or the military?

    Answer:

    c. What percentage of our tax dollars should go to social programs and which ones should

    benefit?

    Answer:

    d. Should a female be allowed to play football as a kicker on an all-male team? In high school?

    In college? In the pros?

    Answer:

    e. Should an organization be allowed to change the retirement benefits that were promised

    after a person retires?

    Answer:

    f. Should the federal government spend any of your tax dollars on support of the arts?

    Answer:

    g. Should the Ten Commandments be allowed to hang on the wall of a federal courtroom?

    Answer:

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    How Motivators Act

    A field of roses is owned by six people. Each has a different value that motivates them. What might each one want to do with the roses? Which do you agree with? What conflicts might arise?

    Theoretical

    Social

    Utilitarian

    Individualistic

    Aesthetic

    Traditional

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    Belief Statements

    Through discussion with each other, categorize these beliefs statements with the

    motivator/value they represent (some may have more than one answer). Use the following

    codes:

    The: Theoretical Uti: Utilitarian Ind: Individualistic

    Aes: Aesthetic Soc: Social Tra: Traditional

    1. I make the world a better place for people to live every day.

    2. Walk the straight and narrow path

    3. Might makes right.

    4. Teamwork involves sacrificing for each other.

    5. More money should be spent on education.

    6. If it feels good, do it.

    7.Every day in every way, I am getting better and better.

    8. He who ends up with the most toys wins.

    9.Live and let live.

    10. Knowledge is power.

    11. Truth is mightier than the sword.

    12. I believe in a force more powerful than myself.

    13. I was born to lead.

    14. You get out of life what you put into it.

    15. You can get whatever you want in life by helping others get where they want to go.

    16. You only live once, so enjoy it while you can.

    17. Wealth is power.

    18. I believe I am guided by a higher power.

    19. It’s your attitude, not your aptitude, that determines your altitude.

    From Target Training International, Ltd.

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    Interactive Motivators

    Below are descriptions of how Motivators interact. Based on your understanding of Motivators,

    determine your top two, or strong, motivators. Then, check each line that contains either of

    your top two.

    Circle your two strong motivators The Uti Ind Aes Soc Tra

    ☐ 1. The-The Objective discussion and the search for truth for gaining information.

    ☐ 2. The-Uti Search for truth may conflict with utility. Theoretical is not concerned with

    application.

    ☐ 3. The-Aes Objective truth clashes with aesthetic subjective view.

    ☐ 4. The-Soc Self and knowledge clash with other-oriented viewpoints.

    ☐ 5. The-Ind Discover of truth can be crucial to establishing position.

    ☐ 6. The-Tra Cognition does not create motivators. Everything must be rationally explained.

    Faith is rejected as unprovable.

    ☐ 7. Uti-Uti Utility in all areas of life. May be competitive in pursuit of gain.

    ☐ 8. Uti-Aes The useful may be hurtful to the beautiful. Form and harmony may oppose

    utility.

    ☐ 9. Uti-Soc Preservation of self first is opposed to empathy toward others.

    ☐ 10. Uti-Ind Wealth is power. Utility leads to control.

    ☐ 11. Uti-Tra Traditional may view Utilitarian focus as good or evil. Could go either way.

    ☐ 12. Aes-Aes Focus is on subjective, form, harmony, and beauty.

    ☐ 13. Aes-Soc Social is focused on others. Aesthetic is focused more on individual fulfillment.

    ☐ 14. Aes-Ind Form and harmony may roadblock position, yet position is expressed by beauty

    and form, such as owning beautiful things.

    ☐ 15. Aes-Tra The beautiful side of totality of life is embraced, but the negative aspect of

    many religions is rejected.

    ☐ 16. Soc-Soc Focus on others and efforts combine to achieve progress.

    ☐ 17. Soc-Ind Focus on others opposes self-positioning. Focus on others is necessary to

    advance self-position.

    ☐ 18. Soc-Tra Reverence for each individual soul unifies both attitudes.

    ☐ 19. Ind-Ind Jockeying for position. Competitive.

    ☐ 20. Ind-Tra Totality of life, a conservative viewpoint is a tool to guide people. To a

    traditional, following tradition is the highest power. May reject human rules.

    ☐ 21. Tra-Tra When agreed, balance is unity of purpose. When opposed, watch out!

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    You/Me Interaction

    1. On Interactive Motivators sheet, you checked relationships you will interact with

    throughout your life. You may have checked some that were highlighted in gray. Those are

    the ones that are likely to cause you the most conflict. Following are the eight conflicting

    relationships, with their numbers from the previous page. Circle any that you checked.

    3. The-Aes 4. The-Soc 6. The-Tra 8. Uti-Aes

    9. Uti-Soc 15. Aes-Tra 17. Soc-Ind 21. Tra-Tra

    2. Based on your current knowledge of motivators, which relationship will cause you the most

    conflict?

    3. Do you see any intrapersonal conflicts within yourself? If so, what are they?

    4. List the two people you have the most frequent contact with (personal or professional).

    Write what you think is one of their strong motivators and why:

    Person Strong motivator Why

    5. For those same two people, write what you think is one of their indifferent motivators and

    why:

    Person Indifferent motivator Why