Presentation on theme: "What Are You Driving? Pre-Collegiate Fall ReNEWal Conference October 24 – 26, 2012."— Presentation transcript:
What Are You Driving? Pre-Collegiate Fall ReNEWal Conference October 24 – 26, 2012
DRiVE by Daniel Pink “Human beings, Deci said, have an inherent tendency to seek out novelty and challenges, to extend and exercise their capacities, to explore, and to learn.” – page 8
Type X or Type I? www. danpink.com/drive/html Type XType I -driven by extrinsic desires -driven by intrinsic desires -inherent satisfaction of the activity -”made” behavior, not born -usually outperform Type X -promote greater physical and mental well-being
“Nutrients” for Type I Autonomy Mastery Purpose
Autonomy “…autonomous motivation promotes greater conceptual understanding, better grades, enhanced persistence at school and in sporting activities, higher productivity, less burnout, and greater levels of psychological well-being.” – pages 90 – 91 “…Type I behavior emerges when people have autonomy over the four T’s: their task, their time, their technique, and their team.” – page 94 What aspect of autonomy is most important to you?
Mastery “Only engagement can produce mastery.” – page 111 “…flow, the deep sense of engagement… It’s a necessity. We need it to survive. It is the oxygen of the soul.” – page 129 “If people are conscious of what puts them in flow, they’ll have a clearer idea of what they should devote the time and dedication to master.” – page 125 Poem – page 109 Is there anything you’ve ever wanted to master that you’ve avoided?
Purpose “Purpose provides activation energy for living,” psychologist Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi told me in an interview.” – page 134 “We see the first stirrings of this new purpose motive in three realms of organizational life – goals, words, and policies.” – page 135 Portion of the MBA Oath – page 138 Is education today too Type X – that is, does it put too great an emphasis on extrinsic rewards? Is there an elegant way to reconcile intrinsic motivation and accountability?
“Type I for Individuals: Nine Strategies for Awakening Your Motivation” – pages 153 - 161 Give yourself a “Flow Test.”
Listen and Reflect “On the Other Side of the Door” by Jeff Moss “The Journey” by Mary Oliver “Breathe Deep” performed by Guy Penrod
“Four tips for Getting (and Staying) Motivated’ – pages 201 - 202 Set your own goals. Ditch the treadmill. Keep mastery in mind. Reward yourself the right way.
“When to Use Rewards: A Simple Flowchart” – page 69
Applications for the Classroom – pages 175 – 179 Homework Test Have a FedEx Day Try DIY Report Cards Don’t combine an Allowance and Chores Offer Praise… The Right Way Help Kids See the Big Picture