Workplace Motivation Training
Would you like a highly motivated workforce? Are you looking for a way to motivate your team to improve performance? There are several ways of increasing motivation within a team. This session can also assist with advice on how to improve motivation.
This session is designed and customised to help supervisors and managers create a more dynamic, loyal, and energized workplace. This program is designed specifically to help busy managers and supervisors understand what employees want and to provide them with a starting point for creating champions. We can create a similar session for employees also.
Objectives for the Workplace Motivation Training
This training session will help teach participants:
- What is Motivation?
We discuss what motivation is and how it can help increase performance. We develop why it is useful and where to get it from.
- Common motivational theories and how to apply them
We go through many of the motivational theories that exist today. We also show participants how they can apply them through the session and within the workplace.
- About the carrot, the whip, and the plant
We discuss the three different ways that people tend to look at motivation. We also highlight which one is beneficial to a situation and when to use each one correctly.
- How fear and desire affect employee motivation
Inner emotions are huge contributors to motivation. We discuss how fear and desire can change our performance levels and how to learn from them.
- Ways to create a motivational climate and design a motivating job
The best motivator is designing the atmosphere you wish to work in. It could be as simple as a team environment, a better work space or even personal goals. We can develop with participants some ways of creating the environment they want with some east and quick tips.
- More modules for you to choose from to create your own team training
Identifying the importance of employee motivation
Set up your workers for success
Assess your own degree of motivation-a significant starting point for inspiring others
Learn the best way to spur on innovation and creativity for heightened productivity in varied work groups
Describe the behaviours that drive employee involvement.
Identify what is going to engage their workers.
Increase involvement by strengthening their team members’ pride in their function as well as your organisation.
Find the real cost of poor productivity
Discuss what employees learned in the classes and support the integration of new ideas /techniques in their work duties.
Learn to apply effective strategies of staff motivation
Identifying strategies of employee motivation
Describing the theories which pertain to worker motivation – to psychology with special reference
Learn the best way to expand the occupation to contain new, higher level duties.
Create a feeling that allows people to boom
Spark employee excitement and gain dedication
Communicate Directly and Openly
Confirm whether an employee’s sense of pride is coming from their job, the organisation or a mix of both.
What are the “universal motivators” and how we can use them to improve operation
Learn the best way to reassign duties that the employee does not enjoy or that are routine.
Learn about psychological theories behind worker motivation
Identifying character types and how they fit into a strategy for employee motivation.
Provide timely behavioural comments on functionality and discuss ways to improve and develop further
Define motivation and articulate on how performance can impacted by it.
Identifying particular issues in the field, and addressing these issues and the best way to maintain this going forward.
Identifying an employer’s role in it motivation and by what method the employee can play a part
Incorporate techniques to create a motivational climate.
Understand Motivation Foundations
How to adapt your leadership style to fulfil the needs of your staff, your organization and your working environment
Develop strategies for more effective team motivation
Identify unique challenges of workplace motivation & learn the best way to address them
Explain the difference between satisfied, motivated and engaged workers.
Describe the whip the significance of the carrot, and also the plant.
Setting targets that are clear and defined.
Support workers to do an honest assessment of the job duties and determine where they may have ability shortfalls or skills not being fully utilized.
Clarify the function of the supervisor in employee engagement.
Surviving the three major setbacks that are motivational: high turnover, low productivity and employee absenteeism
Provide feedback that motivates
Clarify how anxiety and desire affect employee motivation.
Clarify motivational theories and how to implement them in the workplace.
The best way to supply more ability for the worker to self- make and manage conclusions.
Discuss and develop a development strategies during the performance planning cycle.
Learn the best way to set clear & defined goals as a piece of the motivation process
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The Function of Values
Values can be a motivating factor when making decisions or choosing to act on a matter at hand. In this session, participants will explore their feelings about various motivational factors including their personal values and values of the community around them. We help participants learn how to achieve more by aligning goals with values and becoming self-motivated.
In this session we learn by means of a fun exercise and group discussion about the anticipation theory. As an interactive session our trainer involved the workgroup with a series of activities to prove the points in each area.
Using Your Skills
In this session, participants will work on several case studies that are motivational. We also help supervisors and managers create a more dynamic, loyal, and energized workplace. Participants will have an opportunity to recognize their personal learning objectives and develop personal skills within the session.
A Motivational Checklist
We discuss and take a look into the ten things that we can do to inspire employees on a daily basis. We also demonstrate how employee motivation can influence results. We show the participants and help them to understand that employees who believe they’re valued and recognized for the work they do are more driven, responsible, and productive. We also help participants to design or redesign an occupation to become more inspiring and to create a motivational environment.
Supervising and Motivation
In this part of the session we look at the three strategies to motivation: the whip the carrot, and also the plant. By discussing the common motivational theories and the way to implement them, we help participants learn how to drive motivation in their organisation. Many real examples from other workplaces are shown to participants in regards to how to use these strategies.
Anxiety and Desire
For the pre-assignment or before this part of the session, participants are asked to answer some personal questions regarding motivation. In this session, they’ll discuss their responses. Our trainer will provide advice as this is developed more.
In this part of the session we discuss the important of setting goals in the workplace. Goal setting is an essential part of motivation. This session will look at a SMART way of setting targets and how to become more motivated on large or long term tasks.
What is motivation? Is it created? We investigate motivation by means of a fun activity that all participants can become involved in. Our trainer also illustrates their role of motivation within training and helps participant learn how to enhance within professional settings.
In this session, participants will investigate Maslow’s and Herzberg’s theories of motivation. These theories are developed more as a discussion.
Designing Inspiring Jobs
We would all love a highly motivated and inspiring job. This session will investigate ways of designing (or redesigning) motivating occupations. We also demonstrate to participants how to improve their own self-motivation with perception and mindset strategies.
Creating a Motivational Climate
This session will take a look at the support theory, also called the behavioural theory, of motivation. This whole session is a fun, practical and interactive session that will motivate any team to action. We can also provide customised training to suit individual teams and workplaces.
Workplace Motivation Training Summary
It’s no secret. Employees who feel they are valued and recognized for the work they do are more motivated, responsible, and productive. The training is delivered by an interactive trainer also.
Below is a sample outline for a Workplace Motivation Training Session. As we can customise all our training options to fit your training requirements, your very own workbook or outline would cover your objectives.
Available in all major cities: Adelaide, Darwin, Sydney, Canberra, Melbourne, Parramatta, Perth, Gold Coast and Brisbane.