Extrinsic motivation means external or outside of yourself This type of

Extrinsic motivation means external or outside of

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key to behavior or outcome. Extrinsic motivation means external or outside of yourself. This type of motivation is everywhere and frequently used within society throughout your lifetime. When you are motivated to behave,
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achieve, learn or do based on a highly regarded outcome, rather than for the fun, development or learning provided within an experience, you are being extrinsically motivated, (Reddy, Llerena, & Kern, 2016). To motivate an individual who is intrinsically motivated, I will give then what they enjoy doing. For example, If John enjoys working on projects with others (group project), I will not give him an individual project because he will not enjoy doing it, therefore will not put in all his best. On the other, to motivate an individual who is extrinsically motivated, I will offer rewards because that will motivate him/her to do what he/she is asked to do. For example, at my work, to motivate some people to pick up extra shift I will offer them double pay per hour. These people motivation is the double pay they will receive, nothing else. The characteristics of a performance-driven team are: - Recognise your strengths and weaknesses. Working in a team means skill sets complement each other - Get to know each other. Developing trust makes dealing with conflict easier - Work on team processes (decision making, coordination, communication) to make them as smooth as possible - Consider shared leadership to allow whoever has the most relevant skills to lead the team in certain situations - Build on positive experiences - let them spur you and your team on, (Richardson, 2011). Reference Rai, R. E., (2011). Motivation: A literature review. Retrieved from _final.pdf
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Reddy, L. F., Llerena, K., & Kern, R. S. (2016). Predictors of employment in schizophrenia: The importance of intrinsic and extrinsic motivation. Schizophrenia Research, 176(2-3), 462-466. doi:10.1016/j.schres.2016.08.006 Richardson, M., (2011). Working as a high-performance team. Retrieved from - performing-team/5039208.article Responses Being it intrinsic or extrinsic, motivation is a much more complex process than just "wanting" to do something. When you're working on a creative project and the going gets tough, if you're not motivated enough, you'll quit. And it always gets tough, whether you're a novelist, artist, musician, or even a creative entrepreneur. In my nursing career, I found that motivators are often combined for best effects. A team is a group which is composed of a small number of people, they have supplementary skills, and are responsible for achieving the team’s goals. They enjoy working together to accomplish the common objective and setting performance goals. The team stands for a series of significance that make a constructive response to encourage listening to the standpoints and give the interests to others with no doubt, to encourage and accept their interest and success. Therefore, the authentic team with high performance is hard to find. In general, capability, environment of work and incentive are three main elements which can resolve the performance. Team performance is considered as composed of four
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