In today’s workplace a positive environment is essential to an organization’s success. Research from the Gallup Organization and others show that effective recognition practices consistently correlate with higher retention, increased engagement, improved quality, service and satisfaction, and increased profitability. The most successful organizations create opportunities at every level to celebrate and acknowledge employees’ contributions.
In this half day interactive workshop you learn how to intrinsically and extrinsically motivate even the most discouraged staff. You explore formal and informal recognition and rewards and develop programs and practices that can be implemented in your unit immediately.
Performance Objectives: Upon completion of this course you should be able to:
- Know and apply the usefulness of ten motivation techniques.
- Understand how to use intrinsic and extrinsic motivation to improve performance.
- Develop effective informal and formal recognition programs and practices.
Intended Audience: Public sector managers, supervisors and lead workers