Through managers, organizations need to develop methods to help employees stay motivated and engaged so results are consistently high. While the individual ultimately determines motivation, managers can influence the conditions under which they are more likely to be motivated. This program provides essential insights, knowledge, and tools that managers can apply to create an environment where employees can feel motivated and be successful.
Researched and developed by Wilson Learning, Leading for Performance: Motivating for Results (LFP-MFR) helps managers learn how to influence motivation. When motivation is a factor, managers need to instill confidence that efforts will lead to success, success is worth having, and the effort will result in something that is of value to employees. Participants learn specific skills and tools to help them create greater value for employees on the job. During this 1/2 day workshop, participants will focus on the following key learnings:
The Challenge of Motivating
What to Do
How to Do It
Enabling Improved Performance
Leading for Performance: Motivating for Results (LFP-MFR) features the Motivation Planner and Job Aid Card so participants can fine-tune and apply skills and behaviors on the job. Involving management and training them to coach is key for successful implementation.
What to Do — Be able to influence the conditions under which an employee works, along with the direction and effort put forth by the employee
How to Do It — Be able to define the issue, link benefits to success, and ensure value in the work that is being done
Enabling Improved Performance — Be able to instill confidence in the employee for the work they are completing
|Session Length:||1/2 Day Programs available|
|Participant Materials:||Participant Guide & job aid card|