Motivation Training

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Research studies have shown a clear correlation between employee engagement and performance. If you improve employee engagement, defined as how people feel and think about their jobs, you improve performance.

Of course, whilst there is no substitute for a sustainable business strategy, or good policy and planning in the public sector, ultimately it is the people doing the work that make the difference. In the private sector, where goods and services are increasingly standardised, it may be the quality of service that differentiates one company from another, and is a genuine competitive advantage.

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What are the course objectives?

Participants who can increase engagement and motivation of self and colleagues.

Is this course for me?

Managers, team leaders, supervisors, specialists responsible for increasing positive behaviors and performance.


Where and when

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What you'll learn on the course

Stress Management
Behavioural Safety
Stress and Anxiety
Employee Management
Employee Motivation
Employment Relations
Motivation techniques
Productivity evaluation

Course programme

Programme objectives

To provide participants with the skills and techniques to motivate themselves and their colleagues at work, increasing engagement, productivity and results.

To show the enablers that create employee engagement and motivation so they can be developed and supported by the organisation.

By the end of the course participants will be able to:

❖ understand the importance of employee engagement
❖ recognise why job satisfaction is key to job involvement
❖ identify the value of the psychological contract
❖ assess your organization or department for cultural suitability
❖ demonstrate leadership in their role
❖ release creativity, talent and innovation in work colleagues
❖ understand the links between stress, motivation and engagement
❖ practise core behavioural skills to foster engagement and motivation