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Denver
Seattle
I will not watch the Super Bowl
Neither
Like the instructor, I might be crying
Sunday beca...
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Describe your experience asking for
help.
 Who did you ask? What did you
ask? Did you get help?
 How far outside your...
Write the person’s name in the box!
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Fess up
What is Pink’s argument in this
chapter?
Why don’t rewards (usually) work to
motivate people?
What do y...
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When do carrots and sticks work?
What are the three steps to
motivating people for boring jobs?
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You are managing a group of fifteen employees
I will give you a task (because I am the head
honcho!)
Your jo...
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Get in a group with the people who had the
same task
Discuss
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How did everyone approach the task?
What diffe...
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What do you know about the term
“Type A Person”?
Take five minutes to research it online
What did you find out?
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iClicker introduction
“Habits of Mind” writing and
discussion
“Critical Analysis” breakdown and
discussi...
A.
B.

C.

D.
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iClicker introduction
“Habits of Mind” writing and
discussion
“Critical Analysis” breakdown and
discussi...
Read “Critical Analysis” Part 3, 4,
and 5
 Read Drive Chapter 3 (and prepare
for a reading quiz and discussion)
 Write a...
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  1. 1. A. B. C. D. E. Denver Seattle I will not watch the Super Bowl Neither Like the instructor, I might be crying Sunday because of Colin Kaepernick’s interception last weekend and refuse to watch the Super Bowl or even acknowledge that it is happening
  2. 2.  Describe your experience asking for help.  Who did you ask? What did you ask? Did you get help?  How far outside your comfort zone did you step? Why did you choose that level?  Was this exercise difficult for you? Why or why not?
  3. 3. Write the person’s name in the box!
  4. 4.     Fess up What is Pink’s argument in this chapter? Why don’t rewards (usually) work to motivate people? What do you think about “The Seven Deadly Flaws” of carrots and sticks that Pink lists on page 57?
  5. 5.   When do carrots and sticks work? What are the three steps to motivating people for boring jobs?
  6. 6.      You are managing a group of fifteen employees I will give you a task (because I am the head honcho!) Your job is to get the employees to do it using the techniques Pink describes in chapters 2 and 2a (use the chart on page 67 to help) Describe (specifically) what you would do as the manager to ensure the completion Submit your assignment to Moodle
  7. 7.   Get in a group with the people who had the same task Discuss     How did everyone approach the task? What differences do you see? What similarities? Come up with a group plan and present to the class
  8. 8.     What do you know about the term “Type A Person”? Take five minutes to research it online What did you find out? Would you consider yourself “Type A”?
  9. 9. A. B. C. D. E. iClicker introduction “Habits of Mind” writing and discussion “Critical Analysis” breakdown and discussion Drive introduction Drive first chapter
  10. 10. A. B. C. D. E. iClicker introduction “Habits of Mind” writing and discussion “Critical Analysis” breakdown and discussion Drive introduction Drive first chapter
  11. 11. Read “Critical Analysis” Part 3, 4, and 5  Read Drive Chapter 3 (and prepare for a reading quiz and discussion)  Write a critical analysis of one of the chapters (1-3) and submit to Moodle by Monday, February 3, at 11:55 p.m. and is worth 10 points  Participate in the weekly discussion (post due Thursday and replies due Sunday) 
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