About This Product
A supervisor’s objective is to motivate his/her
employees to behave in the best interest of the organization.
How can you motivate employees effectively to further the establishment?
With this leaders' guide you will learn to identify ways in
which employees become motivated and to develop a plan to motivate
members, ensuring the achievement of management’s goals.
Additionally, you will learn how to determine realistic expectations,
create incentives, and solicit regular feedback to achieve these
Obtain the highest quality management skills quickly
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considerations. Engaging and lively content combines an optimal
mix of case studies, charts, tips, and guidelines. Also included
are our pre- and post-program assessments, which are highly effective
tools for guiding the learning process and providing critical
evaluation. Each content page has opposing pages for notes and each leaders' guide may also be used by a facilitator or as a self-study guide for self-paced learning.
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- What does and does not motivate people?
- What are some of the theories concerning motivation?
- What steps can be taken to make motivational efforts more
- What is a supervisor's role in motivation?
- What types of organizational practices produce a motivated
atmosphere in the workplace?
Upon Completion You Will Be Able To:
- Recognize and understand the historical and current theories
- Identify ways in which employees are motivated.
- Develop a plan to motivate employees in your organization
to ensure the achievement of management's goals.
- Set expectations, determine realistic incentives, and solicit
regular feedback to achieve your goals.
Table of Contents/Summary
This resource material has been organized for you
in the following way:
- We begin with an introduction and then present a pre-test
which will help you determine where you are in your awareness
and use of your motivation skills.
- Pre-Test: Motivation -- Linking Performance To Goal
- Pre-Test Feedback: Motivation -- Linking Performance to
- Overview: What Is Motivation?
- The program discusses the basics of motivation, examining
the various theories, and how they have evolved over the years.
- Presentation: Will The Real Motivational Theory Please
- Diagram: Maslow's Hierarchy Of Needs
- Exercise: What Motivates You?
- We explain what these theories mean for you, the manager.
While a background in theory is important, you must know how
to translate the theory and put it into action. Ultimately,
the manager/supervisor plays the critical role in motivation.
- Model: The Motivational Process
- Graphic: Motivation Towards Productivity
- Key Points: Putting Theory Into Action
- The three in-depth case studies are introduced to thoroughly
test your understanding of our motivation model. Incentives
which managers can use to further motivate their employees are
- Case Studies
- Presentation: Incentive Guidelines
- Exercise: Motivating People
- We conclude the resource material with the aspects of motivation
that you should always keep in mind. A mini-guide to motivation
and a post-test reinforce your knowledge once again to round
out the program.
- A Mini-Guide To Motivation
- Post-Test: Motivation -- Linking Performance To Goals
- Post-Test Answers: Motivation -- Linking Performance To
- Action Plan