Understanding Motivation for Difficult Behaviors - Exercise

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Understanding Motivation for Difficult Behaviors - Exercise

Understanding Motivation for Difficult Behaviors

Duration: 5 minutes.

In this exercise, you will match the motivation to the behavior that fits best.


  1. Motivation
    1. Self-preservation
    2. Self-promotion
    3. Self-defense
    4. Self-stimulation
    5. Self-reward
    6. Self-fulfillment
  2. Behavior
    1. Bragging about one's skills
    2. Playing a radio too loudly
    3. Taking excessive breaks
    4. Doing personal searches on the Internet
    5. Gossiping about a competitor
    6. Interrupting repeatedly in a disagreement

Solution:

Solutions:


  1. A. Self-preservation and E. Gossiping about a competitor
  2. B. Self-promotion and A. Bragging about one's skills
  3. C. Self-defense and F. Interrupting repeatedly in a disagreement
  4. D. Self-stimulation and B. Playing a radio too loudly
  5. E. Self-reward and C. Taking excessive breaks
  6. F. Self-fulfillment and D. Doing personal searches on the Internet
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