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Morris Massey's Theory

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Grace Ronquillo

on 21 November 2013

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Transcript of Morris Massey's Theory

Imprint
Modeling
Socialization
Age: 13-21
Largely influence by our peers.
Traditionalist
The age group is highly influenced by their parents' values (1800)
Affected by the Great Depression and WWII
described three major periods during which values are developed
Image by Tom Mooring
Socialization Period
Morris Massey's Theory
Imprint Period
Age: Up to 7 years
We are like sponges, absorbing everything that our parents say.
Modeling Period
Age: 8-13
"copycat" stage
Who is
Morris Massey?
Born 1939
Sociologist
During the 1980s and 90s he was the #1 ranked resource
for the Young Presidents Organization International
Morris Massey
Values Cohort
We are not born with values.
Types of Value Cohorts:
Value
Privacy
Hard work
Trust
Formality
Authority and Leadership
Social Order
Things
Supportive Behaviors and Tips for Communicating
with Traditionalists
They are known as the "silent generation"
They focus on words rather than actions
Face-to-face of written communication is preferred
Their time shouldn't be wasted
Baby Boomers
Massey calls this group Nuagers
"Me" decade
Values
Competition
Change
Hard work
Success
Body Language
Teamwork
Anti Rules and Regulation
Inclusion
Will Fight for a Cause
Supportive Behaviors and Tips for Communication with baby Boomers
Make body language
Speak open and direct
Answers questions thoroughly and expect to be pressed for details
Present options to demonstrate flexibility in your thinking.
Syn-Tech Generation
Economically conservative
They will not rely on institutions for their long-term security
Values
Entrepreneurial Spirit
Loyalty
Independence and Creativity
Information
Quality of Worklife
Supportive Behaviors and Tips for Communicating with Generation X
Use e-mail
Talk in short wound bites to keep their attention
Give and ask for regular feedbacks
Share information with them
Use Informal Communication Style
Generation Y or Nexters
High-tech revolution
Values
Positive Reinforcement
Autonomy
Positive Attitude
Diversity
Money
Technology
Supportive Behaviors and Tips for Communicating with
Generation Y
Action words and challengers
They will resent you if you talk down on the,
They prefer e-mail communication
Seek their feedback and provide them with regular feedback
Use humor
Encourage to take risks
Being Principled
Pre-moral
No real values (amoral)
Doing whatever we want even if it hurts other people
Conventional
Rules- we follow them because we need to
Principled
Our values become part of us.
Ortiz, Prado, Ramos, Ronquillo
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