Carlos Albizu UNIVERSITY OF SAN JUAN PRECINCT FACTORS AFFECTING PRODUCTIVITY BY: DR.

CRUZ EURIDICE CEDENO META Through this workshop participants will learn and strengthen skills related to p roductivity. As factors that may affect it. OBJECTIVES After completion of the workshop participants will: • Define key concepts: productivity, skill, • • • • • • • • Identifying motivation and empowerment as key factors in productivity Identify t raits that are predictors of productivity internalize rules to achieve excellenc e Identify key elements to produce action Strengthen your goals in various areas define what is planning and implementing their work environment important tasks Diff \ not important and apply to work for change Identify characteristics Key Definitions • Productivity: is the measure of what Employees contribute to the quality of services in an organization or system • Abi lity: Is competition in the execution of a job. • Motivation: the desire to do the best job possible or make the maximum effort in the tasks assigned. • Empowerment : To provide the person with the skills and authority to take control of their d ecisions Important factors affecting productivity • The ability and motivation are factors that have been identified as essential to productivity • The ability to identify or locate in tho se skills to assume our responsibilities and prepare for others. • Motivation ener gizes us, directs us to maintain and run a behavior to satisfy our needs we appl y Formula: Necesidad_> Motivo_> Conducta_> Satisfaction or Dissatisfaction EXAMPLE: I have Thirst> urge to drink water> water volume> satisfy the thirst Ex ercise: Give an example of a personal situation, work situation and the situatio n that applies to the customers you serve in the correctional system. To apply t his process Traits in the person they are predictors of performance • Extraversion: The extent to which a person is • • • • talkative, sociable, active, aggressive Pleasant: the degree to which a person i s genuine, kind, generous, tolerant, honest, cooperative and flexible scrupulous or conscientious: the extent a person is organized and persevere in the task em otionally stable: the extent the person is safe, calm, independent and autonomou s Open to experience: the extent to which the person is intellectual, creative, artistic and curious (or) Rules for excellence • • • • • • • • • • Try to perform and make the best of the best Aspire to the highest excellence, n ot settle for less Be different, to distinguish the price of success is paid in advance and in cash and paid work If you think you can The more difficult way, m ore power, creativity and perseverance needed. Faith is the conviction to see ac complished what still is not (think of you and your customers). Is indispensable to regain strength and continue fighting despite the difficulties. Perseverance is the ability to fight to reach the goal we set ourselves. The view one has of himself, his family, his community, his work, serving customers is important. W hen we feel frustrated for not getting what we desire, perseverance, hope, creat

ivity gives us the strength and energy to keep fighting If we give the first obs tacle we encounter. Change course, goals, and vision that we experience feelings of defeat and we can not Recognizing skills Exercise work: What are my greatest potential? _________________________________ __ Describe three positive habits of the person; _______________________________ ____ Describe three beliefs that strengthen him; _______________________________ ________ Describe three positive experiences that enrich their lives Elements to produce action • DETERMINATION • CONFIDENCE • SAFETY • SOLUTIONS • STRENGTHS • GOALS It lead to action INCREASING THE GOALS EXERCISE OF WORK I want to accomplish this year? My new goals (list) _________ _ _________ ____________ Why do I want? __________ _________ ____________ Identifi ed for each area chosen goal (is individual, work, family, professional?) ______ ____ _________ ___________ Checking your knowledge • What is your greatest ability? • why beliefs are important? • what areas understand this better? • In what area of your life is weake r? • What explains the elements to produce action (which were discussed) PLANNING DEFINITION: These are the processes in which we formulate strategies and impleme nt tactics to establish in our work. When we plan it is important to identify al l those factors, reasons that may cause or causes, which have not achieved the o bjectives and goals outlined in a service plan with clients served (confined) Am ong other reasons can be identified: • Postponement • Excuses • Goals not clearly esta blished service • Reports, plans, recommendations are not clear • Monitoring • Coordin ation Exercise: identify others that apply to your work environment: Reasons ___ _________ ____________ ____________ ____________ ____________ ____________ are s olved Differentiate tasks Important / unimportant The potential to differentiate those tasks that are urgent for those who are not , helps us to increase the performance, allowing us to establish which are prior ity and which somehow can postpone and wait. Also gives us order, discipline and directs us to the task, which will help increase the chances of completing succ essfully. URGENT • Problems • Crisis • NO RUSH Report Deadline Interruptions some call s unproductive meetings Complete with other examples that apply to the work environment: To stay and effect change REQUIRED: • Creativity • Energy • Vision • Action • Manage your emotions • Have a positive elf-image • Always focus on solutions • Use the potential you have skills • Change you r negative beliefs • Use your strengths That leads to success • You are the result of self • Assume responsibility for results • • • • achieved not blame anyone for the results Learn how to turn adversities into opp ortunities Enrich those positive role models, accepting challenges and do not gi ve up against difficult situations Know Thyself "The only ones who fail are thos e who try to do nothing in