You need to keep employees motivated and engaged. Managers wrestle with this fundamental skill to thrive in a competitive marketplace. This persistent problem often comes down to not understanding human psychology and how it operates, especially with four generations in the workplace. You don't have to become a psychologist, but you do have to master some fundamentals if you want to keep employees inspired and productive. If you continuously learn from each employee interaction and apply your knowledge to new situations, you will create a high performing and productive team.
Why should you attend?
Today's workforce is mobile and unwilling to stay in job where appreciation is rare or where the person is not making a difference. You are judged on the quality of work of your team members, which means you must help them perform at their best. Everyone is unique and requires a unique approach. The fundamentals of human motivation enable you to engage each employee and the entire team for top performance. Learn to get the results you need while building a dedicated team.
Areas Covered in the Session:
- Understanding your Strengths and Challenges when motivating employees
- The role of Mission in motivation
- Developing your mission-driven plan
- Relation of employee's knowledge, experience, and competence to motivation
- Motivators and Demotivators
- Maslow's hierarchy of needs and motivation
- Herzberg's Two Factors and motivation
- McClelland's Acquired Social Needs and motivation
- Internal vs. External motivation
- How do we decide what motivates each person?
- Providing effective feedback and coaching
- Maintaining motivation in a virtual environment
Who can Benefit:
- Newer managers
- Experienced managers and supervisors who want to enhance their skills for better results
- Team leaders and project managers
- HR professionals
- Anyone interested in managing people