Team Motivation & Leadership Course

Overview

Strengthen your capacity, confidence and competencies to lead with accountability, influence and integrity in the modern business environment. The team motivation & leadership course will give insight into the role of leadership within a work environment.

Completing this course will help:

Who is the course for?

This course is suitable for individuals in all sectors of the economy, this includes but not limited to the public, the private and the not-for-profit sector. Individuals working within organizations fulfilling a leadership role as part of their job will greatly benefit from the Team Motivation & Leadership Course

Training Outcomes

  • The term motivation defined and discussed with examples.

  • Motivating triggers discussed with examples.

  • Motivation discussed in relation to its impact on performance levels.

  • The negative impact of demotivation discussed with examples.

  • Typical indicators for measuring motivation levels identified and selected for a leadership context.

  • Motivation discussed from an inspirational perspective and the importance of inspiration in driving self and others explained with examples.

  • Two theories of motivation compared in terms of how each enables people to be motivated in both the personal and work environment.

  • A theory chosen and explained in terms of its application to self.

  • A theory chosen and explained in terms of its application to a team.

  • An action plan compiled to motivate self and others based on the chosen theories.

  • Self-motivation levels are analysed and motivational problem areas identified in relation to leadership abilities.

  • A plan to enhance self-motivation outlined and implemented within a given timeframe.

  • Techniques for sustaining self-motivation identified and implemented in a leadership context.

  • Leadership principles and skills applied to enhance self-motivation in the work context.

  • Leadership principles and skills include but are not limited to resilience, consistency, goal setting and creating new challenges, creating and enabling environment.

  • The techniques leaders can use to motivate a team are identified and applied in their own work context.

  • The importance of leading by example discussed and the concept of being a role model in a leadership context explained with examples.

  • The importance that recognition, information, communication, empathy, decision-making and environment plays in motivating others discussed with examples.

  • The importance of creating a positive, conducive environment discussed in relation to motivation.

  • Feedback mechanisms identified and applied in order to effectively motivate others.

  • An action plan for motivating own work teams is outlined and implemented within given timeframes.

  • The concept of empowerment is discussed as it relates to motivating others in a leadership context.

  • The role of personal success in inspiring self and others discussed with examples.

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