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Running Header: GROUP MOTIVATION INVENTORY 1 Group Motivation Inventory Paper Eddie Baez PSY/430 January 28, 2011 Dr. Donald R. Collins
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Group Motivation Inventory 2 Group Motivation Inventory Describe what you learned about yourself in this exercise? I have been involved in groups and team environments for over 40 years. I come from a large family, I have been a career college student for nearly 25 years, I have been very fortunate to have worked in only three companies, all family owned, and I have been involved in team sports, personally and with my three children. My parents were not able to provide many material possessions, but they instilled morals, a strong work ethic, and respect for my fellow man. I believe the combination of all this helped strengthen my motivation skills. This exercise confirmed my passion for team work and enhancing capabilities. I learned that I could motivate and help a person, even in a remote setting. The class sessions are short and time management is critical, so meeting with team members face to face is not always an option. I am confident that I can motivate a person given the time and interfacing with them, but the structure at University of Phoenix has taught me to work outside my comfort zone. How does this knowledge affect the way you interact with groups?
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