Introduction In this course, you are learning Coach Gibbs’s strategies –

Introduction
In this course, you are learning Coach  Gibbs’s strategies for motivating teams. You will apply that knowledge  in this week’s assignment by putting together the first part of a  Motivational Game Plan. You will return to the Motivational Game Plan in each course assignment, adding additional components based on your new skills and knowledge. This week’s assignment focuses on investing in your team. 
Scenario
Company Profile
Hometown Cars is a small, full-service car dealership. They offer new car sales, used car sales, and a parts and service department. Recently, the general manager left the organization, and all of the departments have been struggling to meet their profit goals. Last week you were hired as the new general manager. You understand that some big changes need to be made to turn around the company’s profits. To do this, you will create a  Motivational Game Plan that will help optimize the team’s performance.  The first step in this process is to identify how the company can invest in its team members. Coach Gibbs shared this week that the first step to investing in your team is creating the right environment. 
Employee Observations
In your new role as general manager,  you have talked to the Hometown Cars employees one-on-one to see how they feel about their current work environment. These observations will be provided in the document, Week 3 Assignment: Investing in Your Team. 
Instructions
1. Review the Week Three Coach’s Huddle for a refresher on investing in your team. 2. Download the document, Week 3 Assignment: Investing in Your Team [DOCX], which you will use to complete this assignment. 3. In the document, read about these types of investment: growth mindset, job-sculpting, and work flexibility. 4. Assuming the role of General Manager of Hometown Cars, read the employee observations provided in the document. Choose a type of investment for each of the observations, and  explain how it will improve the situation at Hometown Cars described in the observation. Explain whether the type of investment recommended leads to intrinsic motivation or extrinsic motivation. Be sure to  
Introduction
In this course, you are learning Coach  Gibbs’s strategies for motivating teams. You will apply that knowledge in this week’s assignment by putting together the first part of a  Motivational Game Plan. You will return to the Motivational Game Plan in each course assignment, adding additional components based on your new skills and knowledge. This week’s assignment focuses on investing in your team. 
Scenario
Company Profile
Hometown Cars is a small, full-service car dealership. They offer new car sales, used car sales, and a parts and service department. Recently, the general manager left the organization, and all of the departments have been struggling to meet their profit goals. Last week you were hired as the new general manager. You understand that some big changes need to be made to turn around the company’s profits. To do this, you will create a  Motivational Game Plan that will help optimize the team’s performance.  The first step in this process is to identify how the company can invest in its team members. Coach Gibbs shared this week that the first step to investing in your team is creating the right environment. 
Employee Observations
In your new role as general manager,  you have talked to the Hometown Cars employees one-on-one to see how  they feel about their current work environment. These observations will  be provided in the document, Week 3 Assignment: Investing in Your Team. 
Instructions
1. Review the Week Three Coach’s Huddle for a refresher on investing in your team. 2. Download the document, Week 3 Assignment: Investing in Your Team [DOCX], which you will use to complete this assignment. 3. In the document, read about these types of investment: growth mindset, job-sculpting, and work flexibility. 4. Assuming the role of General Manager of Hometown Cars, read the employee observations provided in the  document. Choose a type of investment for each of the observations, and  explain how it will improve the situation at Hometown Cars described in  the observation. Explain whether the type of investment recommended leads to intrinsic motivation or extrinsic motivation. Be sure to  include details from your approach to justify your response.  include details from your approach to justify your response. 
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