Motivating Your Workforce

Moti­vat­ing Your Workforce

It’s no secret. Employ­ees who feel they are val­ued and rec­og­nized for the work they do are more moti­vated, respon­si­ble, and pro­duc­tive. This is a busy one-​day work­shop 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.


How You Will Benefit:

  • Iden­tify what moti­va­tion is
  • Learn about com­mon moti­va­tional the­o­ries and how to apply them
  • Learn when to use the car­rot, the whip, and the plant
  • Dis­cover how fear and desire affect employee motivation
  • Explore ways to cre­ate a moti­va­tional cli­mate and design a moti­vat­ing job

What You Will Cover

  • What is motivation?
  • Super­vis­ing and motivation
  • Moti­va­tional theories
  • The car­rot, the whip, and the plant
  • Fear and desire
  • Set­ting goals
  • The role of values
  • Cre­at­ing a moti­va­tional climate
  • The expectancy theory
  • Design­ing a moti­va­tional job
  • A moti­va­tional checklist

Intro­duc­tion and Course Overview

You will spend the first part of the day get­ting to know par­tic­i­pants and dis­cussing what will take place dur­ing the work­shop. Stu­dents will also have an oppor­tu­nity to iden­tify their per­sonal learn­ing objectives.

What is Moti­va­tion?
To begin, par­tic­i­pants will explore moti­va­tion through a fun activity.

Super­vis­ing and Moti­va­tion
Next, we will look at three every­day objects that rep­re­sent three approaches to moti­va­tion: the car­rot, the whip, and the plant.

Moti­va­tional The­o­ries
Dur­ing this ses­sion, par­tic­i­pants will explore Maslow’s and Herzberg’s the­o­ries of motivation.

Fear and Desire
For the pre-​assignment, par­tic­i­pants were asked to answer some per­sonal ques­tions about moti­va­tion. Dur­ing this ses­sion, they will dis­cuss their responses.

Set­ting Goals
Goal set­ting is an impor­tant part of moti­va­tion. This ses­sion will look at a SMART way of set­ting goals.

The Role of Val­ues
Dur­ing this ses­sion, par­tic­i­pants will explore their feel­ings about var­i­ous moti­va­tional factors.

Cre­at­ing a Moti­va­tional Cli­mate
This ses­sion will look at the rein­force­ment the­ory, also called the behav­ioral the­ory, of motivation.

Expectancy The­ory
Next, par­tic­i­pants will learn about the expectancy the­ory through a fun exer­cise and group discussion.

Apply­ing Your Skills
Dur­ing this ses­sion, par­tic­i­pants will work on sev­eral moti­va­tional case studies.

Design­ing Moti­vat­ing Jobs
This ses­sion will explore meth­ods of design­ing (or redesign­ing) moti­vat­ing jobs.

A Moti­va­tional Check­list
To wrap up the day, we will look at the ten things you can do to moti­vate employ­ees on a daily basis.

Work­shop Wrap-​Up
At the end of the day, stu­dents will have an oppor­tu­nity to ask ques­tions and fill out an action plan.


Short Descrip­tion

It’s no secret. Employ­ees who feel they are val­ued and rec­og­nized for the work they do are more moti­vated, respon­si­ble, and productive.

Course Info

One Days — 8 hr :

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