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Management of Motivation

The best managers motivate

 

“Motivation is the art of getting people to do what you want them to do because they want to do it.”Dwight D. Eisenhower

 

In the last few years, organizations have adopted the phrase “employee engagement” to capture the kind of motivation required in today’s workplace. Management and motivation are key factors influencing the success of the organization, as well as employee satisfaction. Therefore, the connection and interconnection of successful leadership and proper ways of motivating employees are essential for all organizations.

Employees’ lack of motivation is often blamed as the cause of poor results, and it is equally as often said that it is part of the manager’s job to provide motivation. As managers, we often assume that employees are motivated or will respond to inducements from managers.

 

Motivation is the most powerful emotion that employees bring to work each day. The manager’s commitment to motivating employees is the fundamental skill that great managers bring to the workplace. As a manager, the better you know your employees – their hopes and dreams, likes and dislikes, fears and aspirations – the better chance you’ll be able to successfully motivate them.

 

It is widely accepted that motivated employees generate higher value and lead to more substantial levels of achievement.


 

The management of motivation is therefore a critical element of success in any business; with an increase in productivity, an organization can achieve higher levels of output.

 

So how do you, as a manager, ‘provide’ motivation?

Learning Objectives

 

  • Understand how people can be motivated
  • Learn to apply effective methods of employee motivation
  • Learn about psychological theories behind employee motivation
  • Develop plans for more effective team motivation including making allowances for different personality types
  • Building motivation through staff involvement
  • Motivational techniques for the leader
  • Learn how to set clear & defined goals as part of the motivation process
  • Identify specific challenges of workplace motivation & learn how to address them
  • Implement a long-term plan to sustain the motivational techniques applied in the workplace

 

Maxwell’s Management of Motivation is a highly interactive high-energy training program. It’s specifically designed to enable you and your organization to succeed in today’s rapidly changing business environment.

 

Would you like to attend this program?

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