Inspiring Employee Motivation
Everyone is motivated by different things. How do you find out what motivates your employees and then use that knowledge to inspire them to optimal productivity?
This module focuses on helping you successfully motivate employees by measuring and building the motivation levels of your employees, as well as creating and maintaining a motivating work environment. By discussing why traditional carrot and stick motivational models are not effective in producing long term productivity and engagement, participants will learn that employees must have autonomy, mastery and purpose to be motivated. The class draws on key principles and scientific research from Daniel Pink’s book, “Drive”. Participants will apply these principles to their own work situations.
Who Should Attend
New and experienced managers and supervisors who want to improve employee performance by creating a motivating work environment
At the end of this course participantswill be able to:
- Explain the importance of motivation for employees, leaders, and the organization
- Understand the link between motivation and performance
- Identify appropriate motivators for intrinsically and extrinsically motivated individuals
- Create a plan for motivating a team member
- Describe the elements of a motivating work environment
- Identify specific activities to create a motivational work environment
- Articulate the dangers of rewards and punishment
This course is part of Practical Management I Certificate Series.
CPE Field of Study(s): Personal Development