Motivating Employees in the Public Sector: Getting More Done With Less
One of the primary responsibilities of any leader is getting things done through others. Nevertheless, getting those employees excited about what they are doing so that their performances continue to improve, is a challenge most leaders face. Look at key principles for motivating and how to apply those principles with various public sector employees. Leave the workshop with ideas on how to motivate an unmotivated or overworked employee, as well as how to keep your high achievers going strong.
Benefits and Learning Outcomes
- Successfully motivate others by demonstrating the need and methods for managers to assess and increase awareness of self-motivation
- Increase awareness and demonstrate the connection between management motivation and effective employee performance
- Define the three levels of motivational management – Organizational, Managerial and Individual – and identify forces that impact them
- Define the elements of effective motivational management and the individualistic nature of motivation
- Address the link between barrier management and individual dimension
- Discuss the barriers to employee achievement and management implementation
- Define the purpose, necessary skill set, methods and long-term benefits of properly managed constructive feedback
- Determine barriers to managerial success and credibility in this area
- Equip management with the elements, skill set and understanding of effective coaching
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