An astronaut tightens a bolt on a satellite in orbit. He rotates in a direction opposite to that of the bolt, and the satellite rotates in the same direction as the bolt. Explain why. If a handhold is available on the satellite, can this counter-rotation be prevented? Explain your answer.
Motivation Forces within individual forces that account for direction, level, and persistence of a person's effort expended at work. Direction At individual's choice when presented w/ number of possible alternatives Level Amount of effort person puts forth Persistence Length of time person sticks with given action High Performance Teams Clear and challenging directions Belief in the goals Willingness to work hard Specific objectives Standards for measuring results Continual feedback Mix of technical, problem-solving, and interpersonal skills Team Building Approaches Formal Retreats Team building occurs during an offsite "retreat" Outdoor Experiences Members engage in a variety of physically challenging situations that require teamwork Continuous Improvement Manage, team leader,