GOAL SETTING AND MOTIVATION - INDIVIDUAL: John Yue
Motivation for Reading: Individual, Home, Textual, and Classroom Perspectives:A Special Issue of educational Psychologist
In Leadership and Motivation the world authority on leadership, John Adair, discusses what motivates people and the importance of leadership. He discusses the nature of motivation, individual needs and how they relate to the key tasks facing leaders.
Abilities, Motivation and Methodology:The Minnesota Symposium on Learning and Individual Differences
Impact of Cultural Differences on Standardised Motivation Strategies:Austria and Nigeria in Comparison, Individual Cognitive Perspectives Mark Onakinor
Imagine being 100% motivated every day working with individuals in a 100% motivated team! This is possible for everyone once you learn the simple knowledge and tips Ed will teach you. This audiobook is vital to everyone in direct sales/network marketing because being motivated and creating motivation in others if the key to success. Based on experience advising more than 100 network organisations and countless leaders, the lessons learnt are unique because motivating people in our business is different. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Ed Ludbrook. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/sint/000005/bk_sint_000005_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Alfred Adler was not a man driven mad by ambition, nor was he a terrorist. Individual psychology, a construction of Alfred Adler, rests heavily on the notion of social interest presenting an optimistic view of the individual. It is differences such as the optimistic outlook of the individual of Adler that create a tenuous relationship between Adler and Freud. To start, Freud reduces motivation to a pair of factors in aggression and sex, in comparison to Adler´s view of motivation to derive from social influences and a striving for success and superiority. The assumption of Freud is quite external regarding locus of control, finding the individual to have little control in shaping his or her personality, whereas Adler finds people to consist of an internal locus of control and as such bear responsibility for who they become. Freud believes behavior to correlate to past experience in comparison to Adler finding present behavior to be shaped by the possibilities the future holds. Freud places emphasis on the unconscious in comparison to Adler, who finds people to have an awareness of not only what they are doing but also why they are doing it. Adler, as part of a small group of physicians, met with Freud every Wednesday evening to discuss psychology-related topics. Over time, personal and theoretical differences emerged in the Freud-Adler relationship, causing Adler to abandon the Freud circle and establish his very own theory, commonly known as individual psychology. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Steven G. Carley - MS. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/044213/bk_acx0_044213_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
This book will explain what the incentive theory really is, how it originated, how it relates to its cousin theories, and what implications it has in our modern understanding of people´s achievements and the drive that leads us to do things that provide us satisfaction and well-being. Although this is a topic for the psychologists, its implications are vast and many, with economists referring to it often to design and formulate economic policies (since motivation is perhaps the prime factor in one´s profession). Lastly, ending notes and conclusions of how motivation is both a biological and psychological phenomenon will follow taking into account that every individual is affected by the ´fight or flight´ system, an essential part that has decided every action and decision of ours since prehistoric times. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Andrea Giordani. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/071788/bk_acx0_071788_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.