Positive Influence Plan

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Creating a Plan for Positive Influence Job motivation, satisfaction and performance are based on many factors, including attitudes, emotions, personalities and values (Robbins, 2007). These traits are affected by complex interactions that occur between individuals in the workplace. Each of these differences in attitude, emotion, personality and values influences behavior (Robbins, 2007). A recent study showed that “attitudes significantly predict future behavior…[and] that the relationship can be enhanced by taking moderating variables into account” (Robbins, 2007). The Plan for Positive Influence (the plan) will be designed to increase motivation of the team, and to enhance their overall feelings of happiness and self-respect (UoP, 2007). The plan will be structured to augment the assessment scores of the group and generate a comprehensive outline that will have an impact on all members as equally as possible. The plan will be devised based upon the results of a consortium of assessments (UoP, 2007) completed by each team member. The following is a list of the assessments and the theology behind their purpose: 1. DiSC – Stands for Dominance/Influence/Steadiness/Conscientiousness; used for determining ones behavioral profile. (UoP, 2007) 2. Emotional Intelligence Score – used to show an individual’s capability to succeed in high pressure environments. (UoP, 2007) 3. Values – used to determine what an individual feels is important. (UoP, 2007) 4. Job Involvement – degree to which an individual identifies and is defined by the work that they do. (UoP, 2007) 5. Job Satisfaction – used to determine an individual’s general attitude about their current job situation. (UoP, 2007) 6. Attitude towards diversity – used to determine an individual’s ideals and feelings towards diversity concepts using keywords. (UoP, 2007) Differences The first step in developing

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