Motivating Employees
April 12, 2019
The Frontier Project
3005 W Marshall St
Richmond, VA 23230 (map)
Key Concepts
Determining the manager's approach to and beliefs about work
Understanding the business case for motivation
Building trust and fostering autonomy
Helping employees connect to purpose in their work
Building individual motivation plans with learning goals
Catalyzing progress
Providing constructive feedback

We believe every employee wants to make a meaningful contribution to their organization. The trick is tapping into that desire on a consistent basis to get the best out of people. To do that well, managers need to connect with each of their employees on an individual basis to understand what motivates them personally.  For many managers this can be the most difficult part of their role. This workshop focuses on helping managers rethink their approach to work and the way they coach in order to increase employee engagement and build an overall high-performing team.

At the conclusion of this one-day workshop, managers will have the skills to identify the underlying drivers for each employee so they can then create a development plan that supports autonomy, mastery, and purpose. While motivating employees takes practice, this workshop will give managers increased confidence in their ability to create opportunities for their team to thrive.

Required workshop of:
Leadership Essentials
Technical Leadership
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