Motivating Members

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The Keys to Member Motivation

Motivational methods of any sort will not work if people and organization are not aligned.Key Number 1Ensure alignment withOrganizations Mission and Purpose

RemoveMOTIVATIONKey Number 2theobstaclespreventingA person cannot be motivated if they are too busy avoiding dissatisfaction.

Key Number 3Recognize and apply motivators to meet individual needsDirect your motivational efforts to where theyre needed the most.

Key Number 4Practice energy managementWithout proper management, energy can build and build until burnout is inevitable.

Frederick Herzbergs Motivation-Hygiene Theory(Two Factor Theory)

Motivators Cause SatisfactionHygiene Factors Cause Dissatisfaction (When absent)

What are our motivators?

Your project is adopted as an International Program by Phi Theta Kappa Headquarters.You are a much stronger leader due to skills learned while implementing your project.You are presented a plaque by the Governor of your state in recognition of your success.A $5000 grant is awarded to you so that you may continue to work on your project.

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Achievement Oriented Non-routine, challenging tasks Attainable objectives Activities that make a difference Fast, frequent feedback

The world is divided into people who do things, and people who get the credit. Try, if you can, to belong to the first class. Theres far less competition.Dwight Morrow former U.S. Senator and Ambassador to Mexico

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Growth / Advancement Oriented Personal development Involvement in planning Delegated responsibility Shared opportunity to lead

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Recognition Oriented Frequent praise Recognized participation Success rewarded Shared group honors

It is amazing what you can accomplish if you do not care who gets the credit.Harry S Truman

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Task Oriented Enjoyable tasks Challenging work Interesting projects Challenge to improve

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Does it cause motivation?

Does it cause movement?However

A person, of course, does move when the KITA is applied, whether it is physical or psychological, but KITA does NOT lead to motivation, it only leads to movement.~ Herzberg

McClellands Manifest Needs Theory

McClellands Manifest Needs TheoryWe are driven by our need for: Achievement Power Affiliation

A manifest (easily perceived) need that concerns individuals issues of excellence, competition, challenging goals, persistence, and overcoming difficulties.Need for Achievement

A manifest need that concerns an individuals need to make an impact on others, influence others, change people or events, and make a difference in life.

Need for Power

A manifest need that concerns an individuals need to establish and maintain warm, close, intimate relationships with other people.Need for Affiliation

We cannot solve our problems with the same level of thinking that created them.Albert Einstein

Energy Management

Building Positive EnergyExpending EnergyRenewal and RecoveryEnergy Management CycleEnergy is finite!

Most people never run far enough on their first wind to find out theyve got a second.William James American Philosopher

Enhanced Membership Program Participation is voluntary Facilitated by chapters Rewards provided by chapters

People are capable of remarkable achievement, significantly ahead of previous performance, if they are provided with the right environment and given the right motivational leadership. ~ Unknown

There are four basic keys to motivating someone to participate whether it be at the workplace or, as in this case, a Phi Theta Kappa chapter. Lets take a quick look at the four keys and discuss how we can apply them to our chapters.The first key is to ensure alignment with the organizations mission and purpose. They say that a person cannot be hypnotized and persuaded to perform a deed that is contrary to their belief system. The same can be said of organizational motivation. If a person does not believe in the mission or purpose of the organization, then no motivational method of any type will effectively persuade the individual to get involved. Motivation is a complex area. Its different for each person. Motivation receptiveness and potential in everyone changes from day to day, from situation to situation. Get the alignment and values right, and motivational methods work better.

Even though a person has perfect alignment with an organizations mission and values, they may not necessarily respond to motivational techniques if there are barriers standing in the way. As we will soon explore, there are several factors that need to be present in order to avoid dissatisfaction. If an organization concentrates solely on motivational techniques without addressing underlying factors causing member dissatisfaction, their efforts will be in vain.

Removing dissatisfying barriers sets the stage for motivation. It is then up to an organization to explore methods of motivating its members to action. In this workshop we will discuss several theories that address different factors that affect motivation. As we will soon explore, everyone is motivated by a different set of factors. Effective organizations utilize a mix of motivational techniques to entice the widest range of individuals.Once people are motivated and energized to get involved it is important to manage that energy in order to avoid burnout. It is all too common for a group of people to get really fired up about participating just to succumb to burnout. Just as important as building momentum is learning how to effectively manage it. Now that we have a basic understanding of the keys to motivation success, lets explore some specific theories of motivation. As you can see in this poster, motivation isnt as simple as a clever motto and pretty scenery. In fact, motivation requires a basic understanding of psychology and human interpersonal relationships. In order to better understand some of those psychological factors that lead to satisfaction and motivation, we will