STAFF MOTIVATION – THE KEY TO GROWING YOUR COMPANY BEYOND YOUR DREAMS

Despite all of the planning, communication, agreement, and best efforts, employers expect better performance from staff while employees continue to miss deadlines, create production errors, and demonstrate low motivation. 

This seminar presents six basic areas of misunderstanding, miscommunication, missed opportunities, and misplaced priorities that keep employees from being star producers.  This program is designed for business owners, managers, supervisors and individuals who are responsible for leading others. 

OBJECTIVES

 

Þ    Learn why employees do not perform as expected (and how it may not be the employee’s fault). 

Þ    Identify how management encourages employee behavior (either good or bad outcomes), through active and passive actions. 

Þ    Recognize positive innovation and learn how to discourage destructive or non-productive innovation.

Þ    Discover the difference between positive reinforcement, negative reinforcement, and punishment (and when to use each one appropriately).

 

BENEFITS

 

  • Become a more effective owner/manager by using the motivational tools appropriate for each employee. 
  • Save time by delegating tasks to others while ensuring quality performance. 
  • Obtain feedback timely and reliably about work loads and productivity.  
  • Implement change that works.

 

 
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Outline/structure of the Session

Seminar presentation

Learning Outcome

Learn how to determine the motivatinal triggers for each employee

Understand the difference between motivation and team building, and when each is appropriate

Identify how to remove the motivational roadblocks created by management 

Target Audience

Managers, Owners

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  • AgileSattva Consulting LLP
    By AgileSattva Consulting LLP  ~  1 year ago
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    Dear Richard, 

     Very interesting topic "Motivation". would you like to share the name of the motivational model/framework you would use during the presentation? 

    Cheers!

    Deepak