Are you looking to deliver a course in motivation skills?
If so, we’re excited to announce that you can now download our course materials.
More and more, we see discussions and queries on how to motivate staff. We know that it can feel overwhelming to some managers and supervisors when they are tasked to motivate their staff. This can lead to high stress levels in staff. And, also the performance issues that are generated from poorly motivated staff.
Over the years, we’ve provided people with easy, training solutions to help corporate trainers and business managers to deliver their own courses.
How it works
So how do you motivate staff to work harder? And, how can an organization become more motivating for staff? These are questions that these course materials set out to answer.
These hands-on training course materials help you cut through much of the confusion around how employees can be motivated. The content does this by practically and easily detailing various motivational theories. Practical exercises are in place to also help you teach employees on what motivates us all within organizations. And, they will enable you to deliver a course in motivation skills.
Use these training course materials to deliver a course in motivation skills. They consist of a 48 page customizable participant manual. This has been created in Microsoft Word for easy customization. And, it also contains all exercises, tests and further reading required.
The support materials also include 74 Powerpoint slides for easy delivery.
Also available are 14 Expert Training Guides that have been created to assist in the delivery of this course.
The following topics are covered within the slides, manuals and support materials that are provided to enable you to deliver a course in motivation skills.
What is Motivation – The course begins by exploring the benefits of motivation with an organization.
Needs Or Content Theories – Use the materials to explore Maslow’s Hierarchy Of Needs theory. And, then explore how it relates to organization’s today. Use the content to each your participants about the Existence-Relatedness-Growth (ERG) theory. Next, use the content to discuss the Two Factor theory. End this section, by outlining the concepts of achievement, power and affiliation.
Process Theories – Use this section to explore process theories like Equity Theory, Expectancy and Porter & Lawlor’s Expectancy Model. Use the materials to also review Goal Setting Theory.
Upon completion of these training course in motivation skills, your participants will be able to:
– Explain the role of motivation.
– Describe four needs theories.
– Describe three process theories.
– Understand why individuals behave.
“The modules are certainly still proving useful. Every day I think of another use for them, they have come at just the right time, really excellent value for money – the complexity and depth in the materials mean we can mix and max powerpoint presentations to suit our audiences levels and requirements.”
Action Development Group
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