Motivational Drivers and How Type May Play a Role by Bill Joy
We are all motivated to do our best work by different things. One person may be more engaged when given complete control over a project. Another person may be motivated when others recognize their contributions and efforts. The truth is that there are six key motivational drivers and they impact each of us differently.
Bill Joy is a Chicago based consultant with expertise in leadership development with a strong focus on coaching, team communication, and strategic planning. He has combined his 20+ years of experience with several selling, negotiating, and influencing models to discover the six motivational drivers. They are:
He will walk us through the drivers so that we have a clear understanding of each. Then we will discuss how someone’s Myers-Briggs type may lead them to favor certain drivers.
This should be an exciting discussion to further our understanding of what motivates and influences ourselves and others.
More about Bill Joy - President, The Joy Group
Energetic. Strategic. Approachable. These words are often used to describe Bill Joy. For 20 years, Bill has been a much sought-after consultant to organizations in a wide variety of industries – both big and small.
Prior to establishing his consulting career, Bill held internal training positions at some of the nation’s biggest companies including Dow Chemical USA and United Insurance Company.
In 1999, Bill co-founded The Joy Group with a clear vision: to help build organizational talent nationwide through strategic, on-trend training, development, and strategic planning initiatives. With a strong background and passion for organizational development, Bill creates customized development solutions for a wide array of clients. The Joy Group’s ultimate goal is to help enhance their clients’ corporate cultures and – most importantly – meet their clients’ business objectives.
He is known for his facilitation expertise and creates training and planning sessions that are described as “trusting,” “innovative,” “relaxed”, “meaningful”, “challenging” and “fun.”
Bill attended Indiana University graduating with a Bachelor of Arts in Chemistry. He earned a Master of Arts in Organizational Development and Behavior from Loyola University of Chicago. Bill has also received professional training at the Gestalt Institute of Cleveland.
Bill is certified in the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator, DISC Profile, Wilson Learning Social Style and the Peformax Personal Profile.
An experienced chef and dedicated “sports dad,” Bill enjoys a busy family life in Wheaton, Illinois with his wife, daughter Emma and son Brooks.