Making Motivation Work

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COURSE TYPE

2-day workshop

Regional or in-company

LEARNING STYLE

Syndicate groups, brain storming, individual exercises and interactive discussions

WHAT DO YOU GET?

Course hand-outs

Full course notes

Course completion certificate

FOR MORE INFORMATION ON THIS COURSE, PLEASE CALL OR REGISTER YOUR INTEREST

01952 462300

WHAT'S IT ALL ABOUT?

A key challenge to any business is to inspire people’s motivation in order to reach objectives – and to do this with enthusiasm and a sense of purpose and ownership. Clearly the benefits are there to be seen if people are motivated to drive themselves harder and are influenced in the right way from their direct line Manager. Conversely, being demotivated in the workplace can lead to complacency, lack of commitment and be a barrier to performance.

This module begins by assessing what motivation is and to establish what might be important to some but not to others. We then look at the key elements of what motivates – but also what demotivates. By really getting to know our teams we begin to understand individual motivation and to ensure this is effectively encouraged to gain maximum buy-in. Having a strong team that is all focused and motivated to achieve common goals is developed throughout the workshop, so that teams work seamlessly together to reach their ongoing objectives.

Finally, we examine the challenge of motivation as a continual process, creating initiatives that maintain high levels of motivation for all – all of the time!

WHAT WILL BE COVERED IN THIS MODULE?

  • Setting overall objectives for programme.

  • What is motivation?

  • Motivation in ourselves in order to motivate others

  • Understanding what really motivates people at work

  • Encourage and nurture individuals to be self-motivated

  • The positive impact of having a strong team that’s fully motivated

  • How to keep motivation moving forward constantly

  • Recognising the positive effects on the person and the business

Emma Coles