It’s no secret. Employees who feel they are valued and recognized for the work they do are more motivated, responsible, and productive. This workshop will help supervisors and managers create a more dynamic, loyal, and energized workplace. It is designed specifically to help busy managers and supervisors understand what employees want, and to give them a starting point for creating champions.
Specific learning objectives include:
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.
To begin, participants will explore motivation through a fun activity.
Next, we will look at three everyday objects that represent three approaches to motivation: the carrot, the whip, and the plant.
During this session, participants will explore Maslow’s and Herzberg’s theories of motivation.
For the pre-assignment, participants were asked to answer some personal questions about motivation. During this session, they will discuss their responses.
Goal setting is an important part of motivation. This session will look at a SMART way of setting goals.
During this session, participants will explore their feelings about various motivational factors.
This session will look at the reinforcement theory, also called the behavioral theory, of motivation.
Next, participants will learn about the expectancy theory through a fun exercise and group discussion.
During this session, participants will work on several motivational case studies.
This session will explore methods of designing (or redesigning) motivating jobs.
To wrap up the day, we will look at the ten things you can do to motivate employees on a daily basis.
At the end of the day, students will have an opportunity to ask questions and fill out an action plan.