"Why can't I seem to motivate my team members?"

The answer is complex and simple at the same time, and the solution is unique for each team member. Can one directly motivate another individual, or do we motivate ourselves? Can a leader influence the surroundings to create a motivating atmosphere? Is what motivates one person the same as what motivates another?

Motivating Team Members (MTM) opens each leaders thinking about the answers to those, and other questions. It explores what motivation truly is and how it works. MTM explores how motivation is different for each individual. It helps leaders understand what they can do to create an improved work environment that will motivate members of their team.

Program Description
Delivery Option: Classroom

Motivating Team Members helps managers learn the four stages to influence a team member to perform a task, while creating a work environment that will motivate higher performance. Throughout the workshop managers and team leaders will participate in reading, discussion, assessments, diagnostics, small group exercises and rehearsal modeling with real life situations, and facilitator coaching. Managers leave the workshop with implementation tools, troubleshooting guides and additional resources to help them apply the skills they have learned on the job.

This 4-hour workshop is designed for 6-18 participants and includes the following:

  • A Powerful Self-Assessment of Your Motivational Practices
  • An Insightful Evaluation and Diagnostic of Your Self Assessment
  • Practical Background on Theories of Motivation
  • A Clear Plan of Action for Creating A Work Environment to Motivate Performance
  • Skill Practice to Build Confidence and Competence

MTM course versions available for classroom or online use.

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Motivating Team Members will enable managers and team leaders to:

Understand what motivation is and is not, and know how leaders can influence it.

Assess their own Motivation Index to become more aware of strengths and gaps in their approach to motivation.

Develop a plan of action to implement when they return to the workplace.

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