To provide participants with a range of tools and techniques to support individual motivation and engagement. By the end of this workshop, participants will be able to:
- Reflect on some key theories of motivation and their application in the 21st century workplace
- Define what is meant by employee engagement
- Recognise factors that encourage employee engagement and identify reasons for disengagement
In today’s organisations, it is vital to ensure that all team members are effective and are performing as well as possible. At an intuitive level, we all know that we perform best when we are motivated and engaged at work. We also know that “happy staff = happy customers”. By focusing attention on motivation and employee engagement, it is possible to become sought after by both clients and employees which will support the organisation to thrive and achieve its goals.
- Tools and techniques arising from theories of motivation
- Definitions of employee engagement
- Factors that support employee engagement
- Reasons why employees become disengaged
- Methods of encouraging employee engagement
Managers who wish to ensure that their team members are fully engaged with their work and the organisation
With almost 30 years’ experience in HR and Learning and Development, Jackie’s enthusiasm for what she does is evident every time you meet her – virtually or in person! Since becoming a freelance L&D specialist in 2006, Jackie has worked with organisations across the UK and internationally supporting hundreds of individuals to increase their effectiveness in their working lives.
Jackie has been commissioned multiple times to deliver training for staff at the University of Suffolk and she is held in high regard by those who have benefited from her training and expertise. Jackie specialises in working with current and aspiring leaders and managers.
This will be an interactive workshop with a range of individual, small group and large group activities and exercised designed to develop skills and knowledge. All participants will be encouraged to share their ideas and experiences and to create personal action plans for applying their learning back in the workplace.
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