Creating a motivational environment

Having motivational speakers is great way of energizing employees in reaching goals and personal growth.  However these does seem to be short lived and it seems that everyone just seem to follow back into their same routines.  Staying motivated is not an easy task in a stressful environment with pressures and disappointments surrounding us daily.  Yet creating a motivating environment is of huge benefit to the wellbeing, growth and productivity of the organisation, teams and individuals. A company or organization needs to go further than just having motivational speakers; they also need to provide the internal stake-holders the tools to create a sustainable motivational environment.  It starts off by understanding that motivation is an intrinsic attribute, unique to each person, yet with predictable principles.  In this training session we will look at varies motivational principles and theories and how we can apply these practically in our work environments.

The training outline covers the following learning areas:

  • Understanding the principles of needs behind content theories
  • Factors influencing motivation
  • The impact of personality traits on motivation
  • Looking at the effects of equity and expectancy on motivation
  • The proper use of goal setting as a motivational tool

 


 

“Teamwork is the ability to work together toward a common vision.

The ability to direct individual accomplishments
toward organisational objectives.
It is the fuel that allows common people to attain uncommon results.”
Fun and humour helps you to see
your colleagues and fellow-participants
as approachable.”
“Individual commitment to a group effort –
that is what makes a team work, a company work, a society work,
a civilization work.” 
Vince Lombardi

 

 

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