MiA – Motive in Action

MiA is designed for volunteers (at any level), facilitators, trainers, and youth workers between the ages of 14 and 30. The choice of such a large target group will be useful for the facilitator to analyze the link between age, understood as life experience, and motivational styles. The activity can be adaptable to any size of the group, always keeping in mind that the larger the group is, the more there is the risk of lengthening the time. It is advisable to have between 10 and 20 participants between the ages of 18 and 25 years old.

Step-by-step process: 

MiA is divided into 4 phases for 90 minutes:

  1. Brainstorming was carried out in order to get a list of the things that motivate them, through the answer to the question “What motivates you?”.
  1. Reflection, through the answers provided they are going to discover different motivational styles. (intrinsic and extrinsic motivation).
  1. List the situations in which the participants had/experienced a motivational lack/decrease (In which situation did you have a lack or a drop of motivation?).
  1. Comparison of the various points of view and pooling in order to provide tools to increase self-motivation and others’ motivation.
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