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Why We Do What We Do af Edward L. Deci
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Why We Do What We Do (udgave 1995)

af Edward L. Deci (Forfatter)

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What motivates us as students, employees, and individuals? If you reward your children for doing their homework, they will usually respond by getting it done. But is this the most effective method of motivation? No, says psychologist Edward L. Deci, who challenges traditional thinking and shows that this method actually works against performance. The best way to motivate people--at school, at work, or at home--is to support their sense of autonomy. Explaining the reasons why a task is important and then allowing as much personal freedom as possible in carrying out the task will stimulate interest and commitment, and is a much more effective approach than the standard system of reward and punishment. We are all inherently interested in the world, argues Deci, so why not nurture that interest in each other? Instead of asking, "How can I motivate people?" we should be asking, "How can I create the conditions within which people will motivate themselves?" "An insightful and provocative meditation on how people can become more genuinely engaged and succesful in pursuing their goals." --Publisher's Weekly… (mere)
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Titel:Why We Do What We Do
Forfattere:Edward L. Deci (Forfatter)
Info:Putnam Adult (1995), Edition: 1st, 230 pages
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Why We Do What We Do: Understanding Self-Motivation af Edward L. Deci

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I got the tip after Asking for more to read about RAMP (https://twitter.com/allenholub/status/1313195816706732032)

Relatedness, Autonomy, Mastery, Purpose. AMP as presented by Pink in Drive (https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/6452796-drive) hade before been I guiding star for my leadership. So of course when I understood the connection it jumped to the top of my reading list.

The dimension of relatedness connected a missing piece that fits into many of the actual practices of working together that encouraged, and made this model more complete. never alone

If you read Drive or considering reading it I suggest reading this too. It one of my favorites this year. And cover Relatedness, Autonomy, and Mastery. Not covering the part about purpose. Though I found Relatedness and Purpose to overlap some, that was probably due to the fact that that they were missing in each model.

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  paven | Jan 26, 2021 |
Based in decades of research about how people get motivated, the message of the book is quite clear: Develop an autonomous self that has resilience in the face of people wanting to control you, and you will live a better life.
The ramifications for any profession that can be considered a service -- education, medical, government are that we need to treat people in ways that empower them to be their autonomous selves rather than try to control them.
On a more granular, education-focused, level, his research may be troubling to some: grades and competition are control-based and thus instill fear and drop performance over the long run. The idea that we should teach so that our students learn autonomously, without the pressures of grades and exams must certainly be counterintuitive to many, but his point is very much that we live in a society that is controlling and manipulating, and education would be one way for us to counter such trends. ( )
  WiebkeK | Jan 21, 2021 |
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What motivates us as students, employees, and individuals? If you reward your children for doing their homework, they will usually respond by getting it done. But is this the most effective method of motivation? No, says psychologist Edward L. Deci, who challenges traditional thinking and shows that this method actually works against performance. The best way to motivate people--at school, at work, or at home--is to support their sense of autonomy. Explaining the reasons why a task is important and then allowing as much personal freedom as possible in carrying out the task will stimulate interest and commitment, and is a much more effective approach than the standard system of reward and punishment. We are all inherently interested in the world, argues Deci, so why not nurture that interest in each other? Instead of asking, "How can I motivate people?" we should be asking, "How can I create the conditions within which people will motivate themselves?" "An insightful and provocative meditation on how people can become more genuinely engaged and succesful in pursuing their goals." --Publisher's Weekly

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