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Workplace	
  MoGvators:	
  	
  
  An	
  IntroducGon	
  
Understanding	
  Values	
  and	
  Hidden	
  
  MoGvators	
  in	
  the	
  Workplace	
  

  Presented	
  by	
  Data	
  Dome,	
  Inc.	
  
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  Copyright	
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                               1050	
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  N.E.	
  	
             404-­‐814-­‐0739	
  	
  
                                  Atlanta,	
  GA	
  30324	
  	
                service@datadome.com	
  	
  
What	
  is	
  a	
  MoGvator?	
  




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  2010	
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                      1050	
  Lindridge	
  Drive	
  N.E.	
  	
             404-­‐814-­‐0739	
  	
  
                         Atlanta,	
  GA	
  30324	
  	
                service@datadome.com	
  	
  
Workplace	
  MoGvators	
  Overview	
  

•  Consciously	
  or	
  unconsciously,	
  every	
  decision	
  or	
  
   course	
  of	
  acGon	
  we	
  take	
  is	
  based	
  on	
  our	
  beliefs,	
  
   ethics	
  and	
  values.	
  

•  AYtudes	
  and	
  values	
  are	
  a	
  type	
  of	
  window	
  through	
  
   which	
  we	
  see	
  the	
  world	
  and	
  seek	
  fulfillment	
  in	
  our	
  
   lives.	
  	
  	
  


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  Copyright	
  2010	
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  Dome	
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                                                     1050	
  Lindridge	
  Drive	
  N.E.	
  	
             404-­‐814-­‐0739	
  	
  
                                                        Atlanta,	
  GA	
  30324	
  	
                service@datadome.com	
  	
  
Ranking	
  MoGvaGons
                                	
  


•  Comparing	
  
   MoGvators	
  help	
  
   us	
  understand	
  
   why	
  we	
  do	
  
   things.	
  


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                                1050	
  Lindridge	
  Drive	
  N.E.	
  	
             404-­‐814-­‐0739	
  	
  
                                   Atlanta,	
  GA	
  30324	
  	
                service@datadome.com	
  	
  
Workplace	
  MoGvators	
  Overview	
  
•  The	
  Workplace	
  Mo.vators	
  profile	
  measures	
  the	
  
   rela.ve	
  weight	
  one	
  places	
  on	
  6	
  areas:	
  
    –  Theore.cal	
  
    –  U.litarian	
  
    –  Aesthe.c	
  
    –  Social	
  
    –  Individualis.c	
  
    –  Tradi.onal	
  
•  Each	
  value	
  is	
  ranked	
  as	
  being	
  Strong,	
  Situa*onal,	
  or	
  
   Indifferent	
  
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                                                  1050	
  Lindridge	
  Drive	
  N.E.	
  	
             404-­‐814-­‐0739	
  	
  
                                                     Atlanta,	
  GA	
  30324	
  	
                service@datadome.com	
  	
  
6	
  MoGvator	
  Categories
                                        	
  
•  Theore.cal	
  
   –  The	
  discovery	
  of	
  truth.	
  The	
  chief	
  aim	
  in	
  life	
  is	
  to	
  
      order	
  and	
  systemaGze	
  knowledge	
  for	
  the	
  sake	
  of	
  
      knowledge	
  itself.	
  	
  
•  U.litarian/Economic	
  
   –  PracGcal	
  interest	
  in	
  money	
  and	
  what	
  is	
  useful.	
  
      Time	
  and	
  resources	
  are	
  meted	
  out	
  with	
  an	
  eye	
  to	
  
      future	
  economic	
  gain.	
  	
  

                                                 ©	
  Copyright	
  2010	
  Data	
  Dome	
  Inc.	
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  6	
  


                                                      1050	
  Lindridge	
  Drive	
  N.E.	
  	
             404-­‐814-­‐0739	
  	
  
                                                         Atlanta,	
  GA	
  30324	
  	
                service@datadome.com	
  	
  
6	
  MoGvator	
  Categories
                                          	
  
•  Aesthe.c	
  
    –  Interest	
  in	
  form	
  and	
  harmony.	
  Life	
  is	
  a	
  series	
  of	
  episodic	
  
       events,	
  each	
  enjoyed	
  for	
  its	
  own	
  sake.	
  Has	
  a	
  heightened	
  
       sense	
  of	
  beauty	
  and	
  inner	
  vision	
  (not	
  necessarily	
  talented	
  
       in	
  creaGve	
  arGstry).	
  	
  
•  Social	
  
    –  Inherent	
  love	
  of	
  people.	
  Seeks	
  to	
  eliminate	
  hate	
  and	
  
       conflict.	
  Other	
  persons	
  are	
  ends	
  in	
  themselves	
  (not	
  
       means).	
  AltruisGc,	
  kind,	
  empatheGc,	
  and	
  generous,	
  even	
  to	
  
       their	
  own	
  detriment.	
  	
  

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  Copyright	
  2010	
  Data	
  Dome	
  Inc.	
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                                                          1050	
  Lindridge	
  Drive	
  N.E.	
  	
             404-­‐814-­‐0739	
  	
  
                                                             Atlanta,	
  GA	
  30324	
  	
                service@datadome.com	
  	
  
6	
  MoGvator	
  Categories
                                           	
  
•  Individualis.c/Poli.cal	
  
   –  Power,	
  not	
  necessarily	
  poliGcs	
  (most	
  leaders).	
  Others	
  may	
  be	
  seen	
  only	
  
      through	
  their	
  own	
  eyes	
  and	
  used	
  as	
  simply	
  the	
  means	
  to	
  an	
  end.	
  	
  
•  Tradi.onal/Regulatory	
  
   –  Unity	
  and	
  order.	
  The	
  need	
  to	
  be	
  regulated	
  or	
  the	
  need	
  for	
  structure	
  
      from	
  an	
  outside	
  source.	
  Seeks	
  to	
  comprehend	
  the	
  cosmos	
  as	
  a	
  whole	
  
      and	
  to	
  relate	
  themselves	
  to	
  a	
  global	
  totality.	
  May	
  alternate	
  between	
  
      the	
  negaGon	
  and	
  affirmaGon	
  of	
  life,	
  or	
  seek	
  mysGcal	
  oneness.	
  Dislikes	
  
      change	
  and	
  chaos.	
  May	
  also	
  exhibit	
  inflexibility	
  with	
  regard	
  to	
  their	
  
      convicGons.	
  	
  



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                                                                1050	
  Lindridge	
  Drive	
  N.E.	
  	
             404-­‐814-­‐0739	
  	
  
                                                                   Atlanta,	
  GA	
  30324	
  	
                service@datadome.com	
  	
  
Values
                                       	
  

•  Values	
  interact	
  with	
  one	
  another.	
  
   –  Most	
  of	
  our	
  studies	
  show	
  that	
  two	
  or	
  three	
  values	
  
      will	
  be	
  dominant	
  and	
  impel	
  acGon.	
  	
  
   –  The	
  very	
  lack	
  of	
  importance	
  of	
  parGcular	
  values	
  
      can	
  be	
  significant	
  in	
  itself,	
  since	
  it	
  shows	
  the	
  
      relaGve	
  priority	
  of	
  the	
  dominant	
  moGvaGons.	
  



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                                                  1050	
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  GA	
  30324	
  	
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Values
                                     	
  

•  Values	
  can	
  and	
  do	
  change	
  over	
  a	
  period	
  of	
  
   .me.	
  
    –  Some	
  values	
  eclipse	
  others	
  as	
  needs	
  and	
  wants	
  
       are	
  saGsfied.	
  	
  
    –  Values	
  are	
  also	
  affected	
  by	
  interacGons	
  with	
  
       family,	
  friends,	
  teachers,	
  religious	
  issues,	
  
       geographic	
  locaGon,	
  the	
  media,	
  leaders,	
  and	
  so	
  
       on.	
  	
  

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                                                1050	
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  Drive	
  N.E.	
  	
             404-­‐814-­‐0739	
  	
  
                                                   Atlanta,	
  GA	
  30324	
  	
                service@datadome.com	
  	
  
MoGvators	
  and	
  Behavior
                                     	
  

•  When	
  Workplace	
  MoGvators	
  are	
  combined	
  
   with	
  DISC	
  behavioral	
  assessments,	
  the	
  picture	
  
   of	
  the	
  individual	
  is	
  complete:	
  
   –  The	
  HOW:	
  how	
  he	
  or	
  she	
  will	
  behave	
  
   –  The	
  WHY:	
  the	
  values	
  and	
  moGvaGonal	
  drivers	
  
      behind	
  his	
  or	
  her	
  acGons.	
  


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  GA	
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Want	
  to	
  know	
  more?	
  

•  Read	
  about	
  the	
  
   MoGvaGon	
  Insights	
  -­‐	
  Values	
  
   Instrument	
  	
  

•  Ask	
  the	
  Expert!	
  
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        hKp://datadome.com/
        ask_art_form.php	
  to	
  submit	
  your	
  
        ques.on	
  	
                                                                                            DISC	
  Expert	
  	
  -­‐	
  	
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  Schoeck	
  
           •    it	
  just	
  might	
  become	
  a	
  topic	
  for	
  our	
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  GA	
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Thank	
  you!	
  
     Data	
  Dome,	
  Inc.	
  
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                     1050	
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Motivators in the Workplace - Data Dome

  • 1. Workplace  MoGvators:     An  IntroducGon   Understanding  Values  and  Hidden   MoGvators  in  the  Workplace   Presented  by  Data  Dome,  Inc.   ©  Copyright  2010  Data  Dome  Inc.   10/8/10   1   1050  Lindridge  Drive  N.E.     404-­‐814-­‐0739     Atlanta,  GA  30324     service@datadome.com    
  • 2. What  is  a  MoGvator?   ©  Copyright  2010  Data  Dome  Inc.   10/8/10   Page:  2   1050  Lindridge  Drive  N.E.     404-­‐814-­‐0739     Atlanta,  GA  30324     service@datadome.com    
  • 3. Workplace  MoGvators  Overview   •  Consciously  or  unconsciously,  every  decision  or   course  of  acGon  we  take  is  based  on  our  beliefs,   ethics  and  values.   •  AYtudes  and  values  are  a  type  of  window  through   which  we  see  the  world  and  seek  fulfillment  in  our   lives.       ©  Copyright  2010  Data  Dome  Inc.   10/8/10   Page:  3   1050  Lindridge  Drive  N.E.     404-­‐814-­‐0739     Atlanta,  GA  30324     service@datadome.com    
  • 4. Ranking  MoGvaGons   •  Comparing   MoGvators  help   us  understand   why  we  do   things.   ©  Copyright  2010  Data  Dome  Inc.   10/8/10   Page:  4   1050  Lindridge  Drive  N.E.     404-­‐814-­‐0739     Atlanta,  GA  30324     service@datadome.com    
  • 5. Workplace  MoGvators  Overview   •  The  Workplace  Mo.vators  profile  measures  the   rela.ve  weight  one  places  on  6  areas:   –  Theore.cal   –  U.litarian   –  Aesthe.c   –  Social   –  Individualis.c   –  Tradi.onal   •  Each  value  is  ranked  as  being  Strong,  Situa*onal,  or   Indifferent   ©  Copyright  2010  Data  Dome  Inc.   10/8/10   Page:  5   1050  Lindridge  Drive  N.E.     404-­‐814-­‐0739     Atlanta,  GA  30324     service@datadome.com    
  • 6. 6  MoGvator  Categories   •  Theore.cal   –  The  discovery  of  truth.  The  chief  aim  in  life  is  to   order  and  systemaGze  knowledge  for  the  sake  of   knowledge  itself.     •  U.litarian/Economic   –  PracGcal  interest  in  money  and  what  is  useful.   Time  and  resources  are  meted  out  with  an  eye  to   future  economic  gain.     ©  Copyright  2010  Data  Dome  Inc.   10/8/10   Page:  6   1050  Lindridge  Drive  N.E.     404-­‐814-­‐0739     Atlanta,  GA  30324     service@datadome.com    
  • 7. 6  MoGvator  Categories   •  Aesthe.c   –  Interest  in  form  and  harmony.  Life  is  a  series  of  episodic   events,  each  enjoyed  for  its  own  sake.  Has  a  heightened   sense  of  beauty  and  inner  vision  (not  necessarily  talented   in  creaGve  arGstry).     •  Social   –  Inherent  love  of  people.  Seeks  to  eliminate  hate  and   conflict.  Other  persons  are  ends  in  themselves  (not   means).  AltruisGc,  kind,  empatheGc,  and  generous,  even  to   their  own  detriment.     ©  Copyright  2010  Data  Dome  Inc.   10/8/10   Page:  7   1050  Lindridge  Drive  N.E.     404-­‐814-­‐0739     Atlanta,  GA  30324     service@datadome.com    
  • 8. 6  MoGvator  Categories   •  Individualis.c/Poli.cal   –  Power,  not  necessarily  poliGcs  (most  leaders).  Others  may  be  seen  only   through  their  own  eyes  and  used  as  simply  the  means  to  an  end.     •  Tradi.onal/Regulatory   –  Unity  and  order.  The  need  to  be  regulated  or  the  need  for  structure   from  an  outside  source.  Seeks  to  comprehend  the  cosmos  as  a  whole   and  to  relate  themselves  to  a  global  totality.  May  alternate  between   the  negaGon  and  affirmaGon  of  life,  or  seek  mysGcal  oneness.  Dislikes   change  and  chaos.  May  also  exhibit  inflexibility  with  regard  to  their   convicGons.     ©  Copyright  2010  Data  Dome  Inc.   10/8/10   Page:  8   1050  Lindridge  Drive  N.E.     404-­‐814-­‐0739     Atlanta,  GA  30324     service@datadome.com    
  • 9. Values   •  Values  interact  with  one  another.   –  Most  of  our  studies  show  that  two  or  three  values   will  be  dominant  and  impel  acGon.     –  The  very  lack  of  importance  of  parGcular  values   can  be  significant  in  itself,  since  it  shows  the   relaGve  priority  of  the  dominant  moGvaGons.   ©  Copyright  2010  Data  Dome  Inc.   10/8/10   Page:  9   1050  Lindridge  Drive  N.E.     404-­‐814-­‐0739     Atlanta,  GA  30324     service@datadome.com    
  • 10. Values   •  Values  can  and  do  change  over  a  period  of   .me.   –  Some  values  eclipse  others  as  needs  and  wants   are  saGsfied.     –  Values  are  also  affected  by  interacGons  with   family,  friends,  teachers,  religious  issues,   geographic  locaGon,  the  media,  leaders,  and  so   on.     ©  Copyright  2010  Data  Dome  Inc.   10/8/10   Page:  10   1050  Lindridge  Drive  N.E.     404-­‐814-­‐0739     Atlanta,  GA  30324     service@datadome.com    
  • 11. MoGvators  and  Behavior   •  When  Workplace  MoGvators  are  combined   with  DISC  behavioral  assessments,  the  picture   of  the  individual  is  complete:   –  The  HOW:  how  he  or  she  will  behave   –  The  WHY:  the  values  and  moGvaGonal  drivers   behind  his  or  her  acGons.   ©  Copyright  2010  Data  Dome  Inc.   10/8/10   Page:  11   1050  Lindridge  Drive  N.E.     404-­‐814-­‐0739     Atlanta,  GA  30324     service@datadome.com    
  • 12. Want  to  know  more?   •  Read  about  the   MoGvaGon  Insights  -­‐  Values   Instrument     •  Ask  the  Expert!   –  Visit   hKp://datadome.com/ ask_art_form.php  to  submit  your   ques.on     DISC  Expert    -­‐    Arthur  Schoeck   •  it  just  might  become  a  topic  for  our  blog.   ©  Copyright  2010  Data  Dome  Inc.   10/8/10   Page:  12   1050  Lindridge  Drive  N.E.     404-­‐814-­‐0739     Atlanta,  GA  30324     service@datadome.com    
  • 13. Thank  you!   Data  Dome,  Inc.   hip://www.datadome.com   404-­‐814-­‐0739   service@datadome.com   ©  Copyright  2010  Data  Dome  Inc.   10/8/10   Page:  13   1050  Lindridge  Drive  N.E.     404-­‐814-­‐0739     Atlanta,  GA  30324     service@datadome.com