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Motivational Leadership

This workshop takes a look at the many ways leaders can mold a work environment into an inspirational think tank. Stimulating your team to grow on an individual level demonstrably increases morale and productivity as a whole. Using Dale Carnegie’s famous principles as your own motivational tool belt will help you develop the textbook environment for your team to create, participate and repeat.

Course Overview

Everyone is motivated by something different. For some it is passion or competitiveness; for others it’s money or family. For yet others, it’s ice cream. As a leader, it’s imperative to acknowledge that each of your team members is an individual, and while certain perks may motivate you and others, they may not motivate everyone. Most professionals have the ability to keep themselves motivated, but the responsibility falls on a leader to create an environment where people have meaningful work.

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What you'll learn

Whenever you hear about a low performing workforce, it’s often the leader who is blamed, for it’s highly unlikely for a group of talented professionals to turn out rubbish! What leaders often overlook is the fact that a powerful team is only as strong as their leader and the environment the leader creates for them. It has been proven time and time again that team members who are inspired and supported by a caring leader outperform others in efficiency, effectiveness and creativity.

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Why you want to learn it

Become empowered to recognize the leader’s role as a motivator, develop greater awareness of drivers that motivate individuals, and recognize the relationship between expectations and motivation.

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How it will help you

Align individual motivators with organizational goals.

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“Inaction breeds doubt and fear. Action breeds confidence and courage. If you want to conquer fear, do not sit home and think about it. Go out and get busy.”

Dale Carnegie
Dale Carnegie