Motivating Others in the Workplace

Learn to deal with low productivity and morale by determining which factor or factors are causing the problem and emerge with both a plan of specific actions and the skills needed to build group and individual motivation.

Do you face any of these issues?

  • Is your organization suffering from low productivity and morale?
  • How equipped are you to recognize motivational issues and address the challenges that come with them?
  • Can you distinguish motivation issues from performance and training problems?

Performance Objectives

  • Create an environment that allows individuals and work groups to achieve their full potential.
  • Spark high levels of sustained energy in individuals and work groups.
  • Improve work-group results by helping people sustain their motivation.
Primary Audience:
First-time managers through mid-level managers
Secondary Audience:
Employees who are currently individual contributors who aspire to be managers
Course Length:
Four hours
Managing Effective Interactions is highly recommended as a prerequisite to this class to achieve an optimal learning experience.
Certified Princeton Facilitator
Elective (E)