Motivation That Works
December 27 @ 9:00 am - December 28 @ 5:00 pm UTC+0
“Leadership is the ability to get extraordinary achievement from ordinary people.” Brian Tracy
Although motivating subordinates is one of the most vital competencies a leader should have, it’s more missed and less understood by leaders than any other competency.
This interactive and case study-based workshop will help participants learn how important motivation is for employees and how to be good motivators and great leaders.
- Express the importance of managers’ role in achieving employees retention
- Distinguish intrinsic and extrinsic motivation, and list types of motivators
- Recognize the different aspects of creating a meaningful work environment
- Identify guidelines for hiring self-motivated employees
- Examine high performance companies in terms of leaders characteristics and organizational culture
- Practice delivering effective and timely feedback
- Discuss team motivation dynamics and the effect of the work environment on employee engagement
- Case study: why employees stay or what would keep them
- Case study: importance of manager’s role and business outcomes
- Study situations when and why carrots-and-sticks are counter productive
- Extrinsic Vs. Intrinsic Motivation
- Types of intrinsic and extrinsic rewards
- The four aspects of leveraging autonomy in the workplace
- Do’s and don’ts before empowering employees
- Strategy, Purpose and Creating a Meaningful Work Environment
- Role play: Importance of acknowledgement and purpose
- Company’s values, business model and core ideology.
- Five workarounds on creating a meaningful work environment
- HR and Workforce Management
- Creating a successful workforce management environment
- Focusing on strengths and finding the right fit
- Performance management routines
- The four leadership styles and the two component behaviors
- Direction and Support
- Leadership behaviors associated with direction and support
- Matching leadership style to development level
- Employee habits, personality and talents
- Importance of talent and common misconceptions/malpractices.
- Basic guidelines on hiring self-motivated talents
- Manager’s Personality
- Study: common leadership characteristics that helped transform average companies to the best companies
- Corporate culture in top performing companies
- Persuasive Communication
- Tactical techniques to maximize compliance rate
- Best practices in providing feedback, handling procrastination and mistakes.
- 4 Rules for providing praise the right way.
- Motivating Groups and Teams
- How to promote a healthier work environment for teams
- How to set up successful and productive meetings
- Leveraging social proof in improving compliance rate of groups
- Effect of Environment on Employee Engagement
- Location and physical setting
- Office work space and atmospheric environment
- Broken-window theory effect
Who should attend?
First time managers, and Managers of any function