It’s no secret. Employees who feel they are valued and recognized for the work they do are more motivated, responsible, and productive. Join us for a workshop on Motivating your Workforce on November 22 and 23 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. This workshop will help supervisors and managers create a more dynamic, loyal, and energized workplace. This program is designed specifically to help busy managers and supervisors understand what employees want and to provide them with a starting point for creating champions.
Participants will identify what motivation is, learn about common motivational theories and how to apply them, learn when to use the carrot, the whip, and the plant, discover how fear and desire affect employee motivation, explore ways to create a motivational climate and design a motivating job.
- What is motivation?
- Supervising and motivation
- Motivational theories
- The carrot, the whip, and the plant
- Fear and desire
- Setting goals
- The role of values
- Creating a motivational climate
- The expectancy theory
- Designing a motivational job
- A motivational checklist
For an investment of 8,500 plus VAT, you’ll get instruction by an expert facilitator, snacks, lunch, small group workshops that provide active learning, a specialized student manual, and a personalized certificate of participation.
About the Facilitator
Dr. Icel Monsale obtains a Ph.D degree in Guidance Counseling at the University of the Philippines Diliman. She has been invited to conduct behavioral trainings in different companies across the country. She has twenty-three years of experience in designing and implementing behavioral training modules, facilitating psychological assessment, counseling clients with behavioral and emotional disorders, and conducting various research studies in the different fields of psychology. She is also a consultant of corporate companies where she renders her expertise in training and counseling to address concerns that affect employees’ productivity and well-being. Dr. Monsale is an on call psychologist to workers with problems with sustaining their motivation and commitment in the workplace.