Assumption about current management practices:
- There is a distinct gap between employee performance in SMEs and in foreign-owned
- Job satisfaction of employees in SMEs tends to be lower than in foreign-owned
- Many managers think that their employees‟ inefficiency is due to employee ability, since SMEs have trouble attracting the most qualified staff in light of competition with foreign-owned
- When assigning jobs to employees, managers seldom provide employees with the right
- Managers usually do not set clear work standards and therefore have no grounds to effectively evaluate employee
- Discipline – reprimands, pay cuts, or dismissals – is used to encourage better performance, but the disciplinary action does not always improve employee
- Cash rewards are considered the most important motivator, but rewards are given at set times – like New Year or on other holidays – and special achievements often go unnoticed or
- Managers pay little attention to creating conditions that allow employees to develop their abilities, and they show little concern for helping employees who already do a satisfactory job to become outstanding
- Managers seldom provide feedback to employees, especially in the form of constructive
- Many managers are not aware of their responsibility for motivating Motivating employees is often left up to company policy and is not flexible enough to deal with individual cases.
Assumption about participants knowledge and skills:
- The participant has some basic understanding of general psychology and employee
- The participant has limited knowledge of tools and techniques for motivating
- The participant does not know to what extent managers can influence employee
- The participant feels a need to develop skills for providing quality feedback, rewarding employee achievement, assigning and delegating work, and other tasks related to employee
- As an open course, this program is offered in specific destinations. However, as an in-house training it can be offered at any part of the globe.
- This Program can be integrated with any other program in the same category and for a 10 days course; client will get benefit of two days discount paying only for eight days.
- Accord Worldwide can offer this training in other languages than English, please contact us for your needs.
After attending the course, participants will be better able to:
- define work motives from a management perspective;
- name the factors that can influence the behavior of the people they work with;
- describe job enrichment principles;
- describe the manager‟s role in motivating their employees;
- apply job enrichment techniques to motivate their employees.
Who should attend?
The participants of this workshop are people who own small or medium sized enterprises or who are holding managerial and/or supervisory positions. The Motivating People course is also applicable to those whose job involves organizing and controlling the work of a team.
What Participants Receive?
- A DVD with all the training material and extra-curricular learning material
- Workshop handouts
- 12 months FREE advice and support for any relevant questions and queries
- Free membership to get free learning material