Motivation

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  • 3. August 2012 | |
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  • Motivation

    1. 1. Motivation Welcome to the last section „motivation“. Let´s get started.
    2. 2. What Does Motivation Mean? Motivation describes the pursuit of goals or desirable objects for the human being and it is based on emotional and neuronal activities. Motivation triggers the readiness to act and is therefore a „driving force“ for behavior
    3. 3. Motivation…scientific studies show that… Motivation and self-motivation are important key qualifications in the job world Motivation is the core aspect of a profitable workforce, for the employee as well as for the employer Motivated employees are more successful in most cases Motivation at work is the driving force for the employees; leaving the house every morning and getting to the work place Fully motivated and engaged employees are rare
    4. 4. Motivation According to research only 13% of all employees are engaged and motivated at work 67% work according to instructions and rules 20% already quit their job internally and simply waste time in the office (lack of motivation) That does not have to be the case. Our tips for increased motivation at work should help you to restart the system and accelerate again!
    5. 5. Self-Motivation Indirect Methods As a reminder: SMART-criteria Direct Methods S - Specific  Setting Goals M - Measurable A - Ambitious R - Realistic T - Terminated
    6. 6. Self-Motivation Indirect Methods  After difficult and exhausting tasks: Self-Reward Direct Methods  Setting intermediate goals  Setting Goals  Cross out tasks from your TO – DO  Creating a Sense of lists Accomplishments  Learn inspirations from others
    7. 7. Self-Motivation Indirect Methods  Compare previous knowledge with new products/new product Direct Methods lines  Setting Goals  Engagement with the product:  Collect previous information  Creating a Sense of  Be clear on the purpose/usage of Accomplishments the product  Highlight competitive advantages  Triggering Your Own Interests  Look for applications  Research continuous information
    8. 8. Self-Motivation Indirect Methods  Compare previous knowledge with new products/new product Direct Methods lines  Setting Goals  Engagement with the product:  Collect previous information  Creating a Sense of  Be clear on the purpose/usage of Accomplishments the product  Highlight competitive advantages  Triggering Your Own Interests  Look for applications  Research continuous information The more you know about something the more you will realize that certain things are interesting about a product!
    9. 9. Self-Motivation Indirect Methods  Challenges instead of problems, obligations, or threats Direct Methods  No prejudice  Setting Goals  Take advantage of your experience  Creating a Sense of Accomplishments  Upright posture and facial expressions  Triggering Your Own Interests  Having a Positive Mindset
    10. 10. Bottom Line For the pupose of self-motivation set daily, weekly, and monthly events that trigger fun and pleasure within yourself Attach guiding principles and values to each and every day Exaggerating perfectionism can create too high expectations and can lead to demotivation Take small steps towards the large goal of task-completion, go step by step and celebrate each of them when accomplished Be excited about what you accomplished each and every day at work Only schedule the amount of meetings that you can go to and be prepared for. Time-management is a big part of motivation. Don‘t hesitate to say NO when too much is demanded...

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