ETMOYRW – Motivating Yourself & Others As A Remote Worker
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- Code: ETMOYRW
- Duration: Half Day
- Price per delegate: £195.00 +VAT
Trained over 60000 delegates
Course delivered by industry expert instructors
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Motivated people are more engaged, happy and perform better in the workplace. Many of us can think of times when we’ve been motivated – and probably times when we’ve struggled to motivate ourselves. There are many factors that can impact our motivation, both within and external to ourselves. Working remotely can in itself be challenging to our motivation, where perhaps we may be missing the companionship and encouragement of our colleagues, we may miss the direction provided when we’re working in close proximity to our manager and team, and may feel quite isolated and alone.
This half day session will give you the opportunity to explore some of the different motivational factors, and consider actions you can take to motivate yourself, your team, colleagues, and possibly those around you when working from home.
This current course outline is specifically tailored to allow time for sharing of thoughts, emotions and behaviours experienced during the Coronavirus pandemic.
A half day live session with our instructor in a virtual class. A 15 minute break is included.
By the end of this training, you should be better able to:
- Identify how it feels to be motivated – or not!
- Recognise what motivates us
- Describe the barriers to feeling motivated
- Plan how to achieve the goal
- Demonstrate how you can motivate others
- Develop strategies to deal with times when your motivation is challenged
Your personal motivation – what personally motivates you as an individual; when do you feel motivated; how do you feel when you are motivated; how do you behave; what are the consequences?
- Challenges to your motivation
- Intrinsic and extrinsic motivation
- The theory: Herzberg Theory/ Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs
- Strategies for motivating ourselves
- Motivating others
- Personal actions