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  • disclosure
  • aspects of culture: Visible (Artifacts, Behaviors) and Invisible (Values, Attitudes, Assumptions, Beliefs)
  • Individual and team
  • Through recognition activities and programs (that support strategic goals)Recognition-acknowledgement, appreciation
  • Addresses the human element
  • Job
  • Define motivation – the reason(s) one has for acting or behaving in a particular way; briefly review theory (handout)
  • Intrinsic - Ex. helping students; Extrinsic - Ex. compliments, recognition, reward
  • Intrinsic – Ex. Mission, vision, goals; Extrinsic – model advising center, recognition, reward
  • Respective roles as part of a team
  • Tie into negotiation
  • 2 levels: the individual as a person, the individual as a contributing member of the team
  • Regional presentation

    1. 1. If You’re Happy and You Know It, GO TO WORK!A Guide to Promoting Morale in Your Office Marissa Saenz, Ashley Ransom Texas State University-San Marcos
    2. 2. About UsMarissa Ashley
    3. 3. Outline
    4. 4. Office CultureWhat is culture? – The behaviors and beliefs characteristic of a particular ______ group.Culture. (n.d.). Dictionary.com Unabridged. Retrieved February 26, 2011, from Dictionary.com website: http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/culture
    5. 5. ActivityCULTURE AUDIT
    6. 6. Individual – Team – Office Culture• Why is understanding our own office culture important? – Culture helps us understand core values and behaviors of a group; it helps us maintain a sense of direction as a member of the group Senn, L., & Hart, J. (2006). Winning teams-winning cultures. Long Beach, CA: Leadership Press.
    7. 7. How do we influence our office culture?• Motivation• Expectations• Conflict
    8. 8. How do we build a culture of recognition?• Recognition – Activities• Rewards – Programs
    9. 9. Why should we build a culture of recognition?• To improve: – Morale – Motivation – Teamwork – Retention – Quality – Productivity
    10. 10. ActivityJOB SATISFACTION
    11. 11. Job Satisfaction Survey Results1. Interesting work2. Opportunities for development3. Enough information4. Enough authority5. Enough help and resources6. Friendly, helpful coworkers7. See results of own efforts8. Competent supervision9. Clearly defined responsibilities10. Good payAccel-Team. (2010). Application of employee motivation theory in the workplace. Retrieved February 26, 2011, from http://www.accel-team.com/motivation/practice_01.html
    12. 12. Motivation: Individual• Intrinsic• Extrinsic
    13. 13. Motivation: Team• Intrinsic• Extrinsic
    14. 14. Motivation Basics• Myths• Tips• Steps you can take
    15. 15. Expectations: Team• Activity
    16. 16. Expectations: Individual• Self• Peers – Those you supervise – Those who supervise you
    17. 17. ActivityONE QUESTION: ROUND 1
    18. 18. ActivityONE QUESTION: ROUND 2
    19. 19. ActivityDISCUSSION QUESTIONS
    20. 20. Recognition
    21. 21. Rewards
    22. 22. Office MoraleWhat is morale? -The confidence, enthusiasm, and discipline of a person or group at a particular time.
    23. 23. DOs/DON’TsDOs DON’Ts
    24. 24. Conclusion• Communicate• Identify what motivates us/each other• Establish clearly defined expectations• Acknowledge conflict• Recognize each other• Reward accomplishments
    25. 25. Happy Advisors!
    26. 26. Questions

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