Unit 4 IP Motivation, Incentive, and Conflict Resolution

 Power-Point Presentation: 10 Slides

Using your textbook, the library, the Internet, your personal experience, and independent resources, research long- and short-term incentives and motivation programs that are currently being implemented in the education or training industries. Based on your personal interest or alignment, select 2 position categories—one from each column in the following table:

Director of human resources development                                                     Third grade teacher

Senior manager, organization development                                                    High school physics teacher

Principal                                                                                                           Coach

Department chair                                                                                             School counselor

Dean of student affairs                                                                                     School secretary

Assistant principal                                                                                            Carpenter

Manager, technical training                                                                              Cafeteria worker

Provost                                                                                                             Training specialist

Supervisor of maintenance                                                                               Instructional designer

Based on your research of motivational theories, long-term and short-term incentives, and motivation programs, complete the following:

  • Develop a motivation and incentive plan that would be appropriate for your selected positions in a specific organization. Make special note of any plan differences that you may create within the plan to address the unique needs of the position type, organization, or situation.
  • Be sure to include examples of the following:
    • Pay-based incentives, such as incentive pay
    • Team incentives or motivational programs
    • Management plans for the incentive programs, including such things as plan administration and communication
    • Nonmonetary incentives, including triggers for the internal as well as external motivation of employees
  • Prepare a PowerPoint presentation that highlights your plan elements. Tie your plan to established motivation theories (Maslow, Vroom, two-factor, etc.), and show relationships between the theories and your plan.
  • Use the notes section for each slide to elaborate on your ideas.
  • Imagine your audience as executive administration, and you are seeking approval for implementation of your plan in the selected organization. Be sure to note how you are addressing the unique elements of your personal job categories.
  • Add 1–2 extra slides for a reference list. Include citations, in 10-point font, on the screens of your presentation, where appropriate. Title and reference list slides will not count toward the deliverable length.
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