Workplace Motivation Training
Motivation is a powerful tool that can make a difference. Imagine your first day at school. How fast you must have run down the stairs anticipating a better future. Motivation was the key to getting up and driving just a few km to school. It's more than just a motivator. The same must be true for professionals in order to meet their responsibilities: deadlines, quotas and reports . We believe it is more important that ability. However, if you don't have a will to match your abilities, you may find it difficult to last long. This session will teach you how to motivate others, how to keep them motivated and how to spread that energy to others. This session will help leaders as well as employees to be able to collaborate and spread energy in order to sustain productivity, morale, and cohesion and create a winning team.
When it comes to work, motivation is key. It is the principle that makes a person successful and allows them to overcome any difficult or stressful situation. The fires and determination can have a profound impact on your productivity, morale, and even your entire career. This metaphor is even more relevant because you can pass on this skill to others by creating jobs and fostering a positive environment that encourages motivation. This course equips you with the knowledge that will allow you to guide through all kinds of turmoil and more.
Workplace Motivation Training Outline
You can teach your participants how to:
- Define motivation
- How to use motivational theories
- Learn how to use different types of motivators
- Create a motivating environment
- Create a motivating job
The first part of the workshop will be spent getting to know the participants and discussing the workshops. Students will have the opportunity to identify their learning goals.
Participants will discover inspiration through an engaging activity.
Motivation and Supervision
Next, we'll be looking at three objects that are regular and represent three motivational approaches: the whip, the carrot, and the plant.
Participants will be exploring Herzberg's and Maslow's theories about inspiration during this session. Participants will also be asked to review their assignment.
Setting goals is an essential part of motivation. This session will discuss the acronym SPIRIT for setting goals.
The Role Of Values
Participants will be able to identify their personal values and help them understand their motivations during this session.
Creating Motivational Climate
This session will discuss reinforcement theory. Also known as the behavioral concept of motivation, it will also be discussed. Also, expectancy theory and McClelland’s needs concept will be discussed.
Use Your Skills
Participants will be able to work on inspiring case studies during this session.
Designing Motivating Jobs
This session will discuss ways to motivate employees by redesigning or designing jobs. The ten things that you can do every day to incite employees will also be discussed.
Course Wrap Up
Students will be able to ask questions and complete an action plan at the end of each day.