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People describe what motivates and de-motivates them at work and Marcus uses gimmicks to present his motivational concepts. Carol is a high achiever, and returns to the office pumped after receiving an award. Serena lays down a challenge to Marcus to motivate Carol to increase productivity. Marcus asks Carol for a 60% improvement in six months, so Carol must now motivate her team.
Team members present their various views on their attitudes toward the workplace – whether they feel motivated and what causes them to be de-motivated. Marcus uses some gimmicks to present to the team in his presentation on motivation. Carol returns to the office after receiving a keynote speaking award and feels very positive as a result. Serena lays down a challenge to Marcus to motivate Carol to increase the productivity of the office by 60%. Carol then gets to work on finding the best way to motivate the members of the team.
Key Learning Points
Know what inspires you to do well. Ignite your inner passion.
- Don'tcontribute negativity to your team INSTEAD: Find ways to motivate your team
- Don'tcriticize all the time INSTEAD: Show interest in people and ideas
- Don'tbe closed to feedback INSTEAD: Give and receive feedback to improve
- Don'taccept feeling flat INSTEAD: Uncover what inspires you to do well
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