Level 3

Motivating for Performance (310)


Description
COURSE OVERVIEW
Learning how to motivate employees in dynamic and challenging business and economic circumstances is an important competence for successful team leaders. This course will provide you with an in-depth understanding of contemporary motivation theory, and enable you to identify the drivers of motivation and engagement in your team, and across your organization.

You will learn how to assess and monitor the motivation of your people, and how to identify the factors which drive their engagement. You will also learn how to develop a plan for improving the motivation of your people and driving employee engagement across your organization.

COURSE DETAILS

- Suitable For: Team Leaders and First-line Managers
- Course Duration: 10 Hours
- 310 Understanding How to Motivate to Improve Performance (2 credits)
- Access Duration: You will have access to your course for 90 days from date of purchase
- Certification: Download your Certificate on completion
- Additional Resources: Download comprehensive Learners manual, additional articles and worksheets
Content
  • Motivating for Performance 1 - Getting Started
  • Video - Office Space - the 2 Bobs
  • Motivating for Performance 2 - Understanding Motivation
  • Video - Money is Not the Answer
  • Motivating for Performance 3 - Basic Motivation Theory
  • Motivating for Performance 4 - Maslow
  • Video - Get them out of Maslow's Basement
  • Motivating for Performance 5 - Herzberg
  • Motivating for Performance - Quiz 1
  • Motivating for Performance 6 - Theory X and Y
  • Video - Theory X and Theory Y
  • Motivating for Performance 7 - Expectancy Theory
  • Motivating for Performance 8 - Goal Setting and Motivation
  • Video - Locke's Goal Setting Theory
  • Motivating for Performance 9 - Employee Engagement
  • Video - The Benefits of Employee Engagement
  • Motivating for Performance 10 - Applying Motivation Theory
  • Motivating for Performance 11 - Wrapping-up
  • Motivating for Performance - Quiz 2
  • Motivating for Performance - Course Evaluation
Completion rules
  • You must complete 90.00% of the content