Motivated people perform better, but motivating others to perform is a difficult task for some managers. As a manager, you need to be able to create a climate in which people want to do their best. You need to be able to assess each person’s strengths and use them to get the best out of him or her. This course will help managers to understand how they can motivate others to perform more effectively and how to best handle de-motivated individuals.
Sample Learning Objectives
• The historical evolution of motivation at work
• How to apply latest research on motivation to your work
• How to understand people better
• The consequences of not paying attention to motivation
Classroom / 8 hours
Flipped / 4 hours
Webinar / 2 hours
Team leaders, managers, leaders
Management & Leadership Development
Note: We'll work with you to help you identify your specific training needs upfront and then develop a customized training solution to help you reach your specific goals. The above training objectives are just a sample of what could be covered in this topic. For more information, please contact us.