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Workplace Motivators: Why We Work. MCDA 2012 Spring Conference April 20, 2012. Introductions. Your Name An Unusual Fact, Talent or Story Why You “Love” What You Do. Buzz Words & Trends. Retention Engagement Intrinsic Motivation Extrinsic Motivation Employee Recognition

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workplace motivators why we work

Workplace Motivators: Why We Work

MCDA 2012 Spring Conference

April 20, 2012

introductions
Introductions
  • Your Name
  • An Unusual Fact, Talent or Story
  • Why You “Love” What You Do
buzz words trends
Buzz Words & Trends
  • Retention
  • Engagement
  • Intrinsic Motivation
  • Extrinsic Motivation
  • Employee Recognition
  • _________________
  • Employee Surveys
  • Workplace Audits
  • Define Leadership
  • Empower Supervisors
  • ________________
how do you motivate
How Do You Motivate?
  • Your Employees
  • Your Managers
  • Yourself
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A Real Go Getter!

You Did It!

So reliable!

Way to Go!

You’re #1

Great Job!

Great Team Player!

categories
Categories
  • Utilitarian/Economic - a characteristic interest in

money/utility and return on investment

  • Theoretical - an interest in the discovery of knowledge
  • and an appetite for learning
  • Aesthetic - a relative interest in form, balance,
  • and harmony
  • Individualistic/Political - an interest in exerting
  • power and influence
  • Social/Altruistic - a keen interest in helping others
  • Traditional/Regulatory - a focused interest in following
  • a specific system for living
oil your lamp
Oil Your Lamp
  • http://www.oilyourlamp.com/
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Presented by:Kari Rosand Scanlon, PHRPrincipal ConsultantSpotlight HR [email protected] http://www.linkedin.com/in/kariscanlon
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