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The Power of a Smile She smiled at the sorrowful stranger. The smiling seemed to make him feel better. He remembered past kindnesses of a friend And wrote him a thank you letter. The friend was so pleased with the thank you That he left a large tip after lunch. The waitress, surprised by the size of the tip, Bet the whole thing on a hunch. The next day she picked up her winnings, And gave part to a man on the street. The man on the street was grateful; For two days he'd had nothing to eat. After he finished his dinner, He left for his small dingy room. He didn't know at that moment That he might be facing his doom. On the way he picked up a shivering puppy And took him home to get warm. The puppy was very grateful To be in out of the storm. That night the house caught on fire. The puppy barked the alarm. He barked till he woke the whole household And saved everybody from harm. One of the boys that he rescued Grew up to be President. All this because of a simple smile That hadn't cost a cent.
MOTIVATION What is motivation? MOTIVATION = Value of outcome x expectation of achieving it Motivation is a desire to achieve a goal , combined with the energy to work towards that goal.
Motivation is everything. You can do the work of two people, but you can't be two people. Instead, you have to inspire the next guy down the line and get him to inspire his people. Motivation is the art of getting people to do what you want them to do because they want to do it.
2. Socialized Power – used for the benefit of others
MCCLELLAND’S: POWER The belief that having an impact matters.
Feeling – or being perceived as – strong, effective and influential
Taking forceful actions that affect people
Giving unsolicited support or advice
Influencing, persuading or making a point
If you scored highest in Power:
You are most concerned with having impact on events and people
You make a point of understanding organizational politics and influential relationships
When used as socialized power and given the choice of doing something yourself or delegating, you would prefer to let the other person complete the task so that they can learn and develop.
JOB TENSION Achievement Affiliation Power Personal Values Job Requirement Job Requirement Personal Values
Low JOB REQUIREMENTS PERSONAL VALUES Low in Imp. Not important to you + Not necessary in your job = No Tension Not important to you + Necessary in your job = Tension Important to you + Necessary in your job = No Tension Important to you + Not necessary in your job = Tension High in Imp High JOB TENSION