In Gallup’s report, in 2013 the bulk of employees wordwide, 63% of them, are not engaged. They are unhappy and unproductive as work. It is a staggering number and a challenge for any organizations and management teams to face this reality.
To be motivated, responsible, and productive, employees need to feel that they are valued and recognized for they work. It has been proven over and over again. And the responsibility to make them feel that they are considered as a vital part of the organization lies with their leaders/managers. There was another study that many people do not leave the organization but rather their direct manager. Being a good and motivating leader/manager is non-negotiable in this challenging time.
This Motivating Skill for (New) Team Leaders and Managers is a one-day workshop that will help new and existing supervisors, managers, and team leaders create engaging, loyal, and energized workplace. Understanding what their team want and giving them opportunities to become the real stars as they are expected to be.
This one-day program will help the participants how to:
- Identify the definition of motivation
- Understand theories of motivation and how to implement them
- Practice how to use various motivators
- Create conducive and motivating workplace atmosphere
- Exploring motivation
- Supervising and Motivation Approaches
- Theories of Motivation
- Goal Setting as part of motivation.
- Personal Values’ Role as Motivators
- Creating Motivational Work Atmosphere
- Case Study
New and existing Supervisors, Managers & Team Leaders – who want to create engaging, loyal and energized workplace.
15 February 2016
12 April 2016
8 June 2016
3 August 2016
17 October 2016
7 December 2016