Monday, January 23, 2023 (4:30 pm - 5:30 pm)

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Get it done: motivating people and building relationships to counter the epidemic of quiet quitting



The period of uncertainty we are currently experiencing has shaken workplace relationships and attitudes profoundly, creating new critical issues that leaders and organizations need to learn to manage as best as they can. Some changes are self-evident, but others are more hidden and equally insidious. Among the latter, the phenomenon of quiet quitting – that is, the tendency of unmotivated people to "float around," limiting themselves to doing the bare minimum, undermining not only their own performance but also the motivation of the rest of the team – is becoming more pronounced and widespread.
 
How to avoid quiet quitting? Which strategy is best to re-motivate unmotivated people and keep the best performers at the top? How to keep teams focused on their goals?
 
During this meeting with Ayelet Fishbach, author of the Bestseller Get It Done: Surprising Lessons from the Science of Motivation, participants will be able to focus on how to change their approach to motivation, examining best practices for setting and achieving goals while maintaining a strong focus on consensus and collaboration among people.
 
In particular, participants will be able to explore the following topics:

  • intrinsic motivation and free-choice paradigm: strategies to motivate people
  • social loafing and social leverage in teams: identifying and countering freeriding
  • strategies and best practices to motivate, set and achieve goals.

Speaker

Ayelet Fishbach

Jeffrey Breakenridge Keller Professor of Behavioral Science and Marketing, Chicago Booth School of Business

Programme

January 23, 2023
4:30 pm - 5:10 pm Motivating people and building relationships to counter the epidemic of quiet quitting
5:10 pm - 5:30 pm Discussion

Meeting documents

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Get it done: motivating people and building relationships to counter the epidemic of quiet quitting

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Documents

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Get it done: motivating people and building relationships to counter the epidemic of quiet quitting

Get It Done. Surprising Lessons from the Science of Motivation

Ayelet Fishbach

Little Brown Spark

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Get it done: motivating people and building relationships to counter the epidemic of quiet quitting

Five Ways Managers Can Help Prevent Quiet Quitting

Ally MacDonald

MIT Sloan Management Review

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Get it done: motivating people and building relationships to counter the epidemic of quiet quitting

When Quiet Quitting Is Worse Than the Real Thing

Anthony C. Klotz , Mark C. Bolino

Harvard Business Review

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Get it done: motivating people and building relationships to counter the epidemic of quiet quitting

Quiet Quitting Is About Bad Bosses, Not Bad Employees

Jack Zenger , Joseph Folkman

Harvard Business Review

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Get it done: motivating people and building relationships to counter the epidemic of quiet quitting

Can Fewer Meetings Reverse Quiet Quitting? Research Says ‘Yes’

Lisa Bodell

Forbes

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Get it done: motivating people and building relationships to counter the epidemic of quiet quitting

How to Keep Working When You’re Just Not Feeling It

Ayelet Fishbach

Harvard Business Review

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Get it done: motivating people and building relationships to counter the epidemic of quiet quitting

To Land a Great Job, Talk About Why You Love Your Work

Kaitlin Woolley, Ayelet Fishbach

Harvard Business Review

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