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Motivation Matters!!

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Transcript of Motivation Matters!!

Optimizing Motivational Engagement
Motivation Matters!!
Thank you!!
Become the Purple Squirrel
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Self-Determination
i.e. Autonomy
Internal
External
Perceived Locus of Causality (PLOC)
Self-Determination (SDT) Continuum
Assessments
Take assessments that focus on strengths
Strengthsfinder
Authentic Happiness Assessments
Etc.
Self-Reflection
Particpate in reflective exercises
Power of Purpose
www.moretolife.org
Articulate your Purpose exercise on iGuide
What Color is Your Parachute?
Agenda

What is Motivation?

Why is this important?

Types of Motivation

Tools and Practice

Next Steps
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Self-Determination
i.e. Autonomy
Internal
External
Perceived Locus of Causality (PLOC)
Self-Determination (SDT) Continuum
Flow

Optimism

Confidence/creativity

Uninterrupted

Sustainability
Intrinsic Motivation Facilitates:
Extrinsic-Orientation
When Only the Destination Matters
Intrinsic Orientation
The Experience = The Journey
Become Intrinsically-Oriented
The Journey: Seeking Alignment
Amplify and Expand Your Gifts
Discover Your Interests
Controlled Regulation
Autonomous Regulation

Contingent Rewards

Reactance

Undermining Attitudes

Defiance

Stress

Create a resource inventory that which excites you..
What energizes you?
Resources include: Strengths, skills, experiences, expertise, knowledge, etc. that are unique to you.
Intrinsic Motivations


Autonomy
Mastery
Interconnectedness
Purpose
What is Motivation?

Merriam-Webster Definition for Motive:
A reason for doing something

Merriam-Webster Definition for Motivation:
A force or influence that causes someone to do something. The condition of being eager to act or work.

Self-Determination Theory for Motivation:
The study of motivation is the exploration of the energization and direction of behavior.

Edward L. Deci;Richard M. Ryan. Intrinsic Motivation and Self-Determination in Human Behavior (Kindle Location 103). Kindle Edition.

Perceived Locus of Causality (PLOC):
PLOC describes the extent to which individuals feel that they are free to choose a behavior verses feeling that they have to for some reason that is controlling them or pressuring them to do so.
Autonomous-Oriented Inventory
Strengths
Interests
Passions
Purpose
Experience
Mindset/
Thinking Style
Elements of Mastery

Skill-sets
Knowledge
Disposition
Etc.
Challenges
Obstacles
Life Events
Conflicting Priorities
Etc.
Extrinsic Goals
Money
Position
Promotion
Status
Possibility
Effort
Resources
Mindset/
Thinking Style
Elements of Mastery

Skill-sets
Knowledge
Disposition
Etc.
Challenges
Obstacles
Life Events
Conflicting Priorities
Etc.
Extrinsic Goals
Money
Position
Promotion
Status
Possibility
Effort
Self Determined
Non-Self Determined
Based on Ryan, R.M. & Deci, E.L (2000). Self-Determination Theory and the Facilitation of Intrinsic Motivation, Social Development, and Well-Being. American Psychologist. 55(1), 68-78
The Self-Determination Continuum
External
Internal
Autonomy
Perceived Locus of Cause
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Percieved Locus of Cause
i.e. Autonomy
Internal
External
Extrinsic Motivation
Self-Determination (SDT) Continuum
Controlled Regulation
Autonomous Regulation
I have to because...
Why is motivation important?
I have to because......
Controlled Regulation
Autonomous Regulation
I choose to because....
Intrinsic Motivation
Comprehensive knowledge and/or skill in a subject.
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Connecting with others that have similar interests, goals and/or aspirations.
Interconnectedness
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Being self-directed,
& free to choose one’s path
I choose to because...
Motivation definitions:

Extrinsic Motivation:
Motivation that results in the realizing of a reward or avoidance of a threat that is external to oneself.

Intrinsic Motivation:
Motivation that is driven by an interest or enjoyment in the task itself, and exists within the individual rather than relying on any external pressure.
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Autonomous-Oriented Inventory
Contributing to something greater than oneself and/ or making a dfference in the lives of others.
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