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Achievement motivation in imaginative thought-MBT Consultant TRAINING

Achievement motivation in imaginative thought-MBT Consultant TRAINING

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    • By : Kanaidi, SE., M.Si [email_address] Achievement Motivation in Imaginative Thought ACHIEVEMENT MOTIVATION Training
    • Life Transitions, Career Decisions, and the Workplace Motivation and Learning Style
      • Concern for a standard of excellence .
      • Wanting to win or do well in competition .
      • Self-imposed standards for good performance .
      • Emotionally involved in attaining a goal.
      • Involvement in a unique accomplishment, invention or creation .
      Remember : Achievement Motivation
    • Differences in How We Perceive
      • Concrete Experience - “Feeling”
        • - Those who sense and feel tend more to the
        • experience itself
        • - They immerse themselves in concrete reality
        • - They perceive through their senses
        • - They are intuitive
      • Abstract Conceptualization - “Thinking”
      • - Those who think through the experience tend more
      • to abstract dimensions of reality
      • - They analyze what’s happening
      • - Their intellect makes the first appraisal
      • - They “reason the experience
      Life Transitions, Career Decisions, and the Workplace Motivation and Learning Style
    • Differences in How We Process Experience and Information ( How we make it part of ourselves)
      • Active Experimentation
      • or “Doing”
      • Some of us jump right in and try it
      • Reflective Observation or “Watching”
      • Others watch what’s
      • happening and reflect on it
      Life Transitions, Career Decisions, and the Workplace Motivation and Learning Style
    • Learning Style Types
      • Divergers
      • Study life as lived
      • Reflect about what they find
      • Start with what they see and then generalize
      • (Social scientists)
      • Assimilators
      • Start with an idea or
      • abstraction
      • Reflect about it, play with it
      • Watch the idea take
      • different shapes.
      • (Research and design)
      • Convergers
      • Start with an idea and try it
      • out
      • Conduct experiments, test it
      • to see if it works
      • (Engineers)
      • Accommodators
      • Don’t start with ideas but
      • what they see, hear, touch,
      • feel.
      • Plunge in and try it out in
      • action.
      • (Marketing and sales)
      “ Feeling / Sensing” “ Thinking” “ Watching” “ Doing”
    • Learning Style Types … Life Transitions, Career Decisions, and the Workplace Motivation and Learning Style
      • Diverging
      • Being imaginative
      • Understanding people
      • Recognizing problems
      • Brainstorming
      • Being open-minded
      • Testing assumptions
      • Assimilating
      • Creating models
      • Defining problems
      • Developing theories
      • Being patient
      • Identifying themes
      • Converging
      • Solving problems
      • Making decisions
      • Reasoning deductively
      • Defining problems
      • Being logical
      • Planning
      • Accommodating
      • Getting things done
      • Leading
      • Taking risks
      • Initiating
      • Being adaptable, practical
      • Deciding on-the-spot
      “ Concrete Experience” “ Abstract Conceptualization” “ Reflective Observation ” “ Active Experimentation”
      • Imagine that you have a 3-week vacation approaching and that you are beginning to think about it. Of the activities listed below, which would you do and in what order:
      • a) Decide where I’ll go, what I’ll do, and how I’ll get there
      • b) Consider all the things that could keep me from going on vacation
      • c) Just pack and go
      • d) Envision the perfect vacation
      • e) Schedule a time when I’ll plan my vacation
      • f) Other
      Example : Planning A Vacation Life Transitions, Career Decisions, and the Workplace Motivation and Learning Style
    • “ Life is a continuous exercise in creative problem solving.” -Michael J. Gelb
      • http://www.quotesdaddy.com/tag/Problem+Solving
      • http://img.vitonica.com/2008/02/SuperStock_1431R-214~Silhouette-of-a-Man-Running-Posteres.jpg
    • Creative Problem Solving is not a destination….. It is a journey….
    • There are no big problems, there are just a lot of little problems. -Henry Ford
    • How SHOULD we solve problems?
      • Keep an open mind.
      • Analyze the situation by breaking down the problems into smaller parts.
      • Structure your
      • findings.
      How DO we solve problems? Because our minds cannot cope with the intricacies of complex problems, we settle for partial solutions, thus tending to oversimplify.
    • 80/20 Rule or Pareto Principle
      • This rule argues that typically
      • 80% of unfocussed effort
      • generates only 20% of results .
      • The remaining 80% of results
      • are achieved with
      • only 20% of the effort .