Motivation

Motivation

We’ve all stood around the water cooler a bit too long, just to exchange tales of horrible bosses. It seems that no matter whom you talk to, at some point in that person’s life they’ve had an awful experience with a leader. Why is this? Has this become the new normal? Managers and leaders have a huge impact on not only the quality of work that comes from their team, but also in the way that those individuals grow as leaders themselves.

  • Money is not always the best motivator. Once you get to know your people’s underlying needs and wants, you’ll discover what uniquely drives them to higher levels of performance. As leader, it’s your job to find out what makes each of your team members tick, then close in on those power sources that motivate them beyond maintaining a position to bringing their best every day. The successful leaders of today recognise the value in understanding all different personality types and taking the time to discover what fuels their people to become the organisation’s most prized resources.

     

    In this course you learn how to understand the needs and desires of your team and better connect with them using proven Human Relations Principles. You explore each principle and determine how to best apply them to your everyday interactions to inspire action, build trust, and develop the human potential of your organisation.