Leaders are tasked with ‘motivating’ people and building engagement, but doing so can be difficult. In this workshop we’ll identify the factors that affect employee performance in the 21st century workplace and how you can impact it. You will learn ways to help build engagement in your employees as well as leadership styles that can influence motivation and build positive behaviors. In this workshop emphasis will be placed on understanding the three essential elements of motivation and how it affects performance and employee development.
At the end of this class you will be able to:
- identify seven reasons why “carrot-and-stick” motivation doesn’t work.
- recognize the three essential elements of motivation in today’s workforce.
- develop strategies and tactics for developing engagement and building positive behaviors.
- define actions leaders can take to support motivation and engagement.
- identify metrics that measure the results of engagement.
- apply leadership styles that can influence employee motivation and engagement
Topics that will be covered:
- Successful Performance Equation
- Upgrading How We Motivate
- The Need for Autonomy
- Making Progress at Work
- Making a Contribution
- Being Part of a Cause
- Why Engagement Matters and What it Drives
- Developing Engaging Leaders
Prerequisites: Managers and leaders who want to learn new ways to increase employees’ motivation and engagement in their jobs.
Advanced Preparation: There is no advanced preparation for this course.
Competencies: Motivating & Engaging
Delivery Method: Group-Live
Program Level: Basic
Recertification Credit Hours: 3.5
Specified Credit Hours: HR
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Professional Development Credits awarded: 3.5
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Recommended CPE Credits: 4.5
Fields of Study: Communications, Personal Development
Duration: Half-day – 8:00 am - 12:00 pm
Member Cost: $307; NonMember Cost: $407
CANCELATION POLICY: All registrations are firm. Substitutions are encouraged when the original registrant is unable to attend. A full credit will be given when the registrant cancels/reschedules MORE THAN two weeks prior to the date of the scheduled program.
No-shows/day of class cancelations will be billed in full. In the case of illness or a medical emergency, the registrant must notify AAIMEA and will then be offered the next date of the program at half price after the absence is paid in full.
For more information regarding refund, complaint and/or program cancelation policies, please contact AAIM’s Research and Solutions Team at 314-968-3600.