Motivational Training

MOTIVATIONAL TRAINING

  • PURPOSE

  • COURSE CONTENT

  • DELIVERY

  • ACCREDITATION

This course introduces the junior manager to the concept of motivation and is intended for junior managers of organisations.

  • Unit 1: Explain the importance of motivating a team

    • Reasons why motivation is important are explained with examples. 
    • Indicators of motivation are identified, according to theory and practice. 

    Unit 2: Demonstrate an understanding of self and team members in a workplace

    • Own strengths and areas for development are identified, based on self-reflection and feedback. 
    • Strengths and areas of development of the team are identified based on observation and feedback. 

    Unit 3: Apply theories of motivation and group dynamics

    • Compare and contrast two theories of motivation with examples. 
    • Elements of group dynamics are identified according to theory and practice. 
    • An action plan to strengthen the team is compiled according to Standard Operating Procedures. 

    Unit 4: Implement a plan of action to strengthen a team

    • The team leader obtains commitment from the team to achieve the action plan. 
    • Implementation is executed according to the action plan. 
    • Implementation of the plan is monitored and amended accordingly. 

    Unit 5: Provide feedback and recognise achievements

    • Group dynamics is observed and reflected on by the team leader, according to theory and practice. 
    • Feedback is provided to each member of the team according to observation. 
    • Recognition is given to team members who have contributed to the development of the team. 
    • Feedback and observation is used to implement corrective action and provide changes to the action plan, where appropriate.
  • Duration: 1 Day
  • Delivery: Classroom

5 Day Courses: Participants will receive a SpecCon Holdings certificate upon completion of all courses.

1 Day Courses: Participants will receive a SpecCon Holdings certificate upon completion of this course