Most managers find it challenging to achieve high levels of work motivation - people are not machines; they cannot always be "switched on".
Yet motivation theories prove that there are significant, specific steps you can take to foster employee motivation.
The sixth in our series of free Practical Management Skills webinars will build your awareness of this critical topic. Your business needs a motivated workforce to survive and grow in today's marketplace.
Whether you work in a large organisation or a small enterprise, this webinar will give you practical tips that you can use straight away. You will also have an opportunity to discuss your key question around motivation and performance appraisal.
We will be joined by David Straker, founder of www.syque.com. David is a consultant, educator, coach and author in business and personal change. He has extensive business experience and balances deep understanding of people and processes with pragmatic application.
Date: Tuesday 26 April 2011
A recording of this webinar can be obtained along with the How to Build Motivation in the Workplace Workbook.
You can also obtain it as part of a full webinar set in the Essential Management Workbook Collection.
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To listen to the answers to the key questions managers have around employee motivation, download the Motivation and Performance Appraisal Audio Guide.
Click on What is Motivation to understand the process.
Click on Motivation Theories to learn how you can apply these in the workplace.
And finally, click on Motivation Techniques for Managers for fresh ideas.
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