- What Motivates You and Your Team Members?
- Motivation Theory X & Y and Maslow's Theory on the Hierarchy of Needs.
- Assumptions about People - Generations X & Y.
- Assumptions about People - Generation Z.
- Assumptions about People - Generation X Leadership Challenges.
- Assumptions about People - Generation Y & Z Leadership Challenges.
- Intrinsic Motivators "inherent", "basic", "essential", "real" and "genuine" and they also help satisfy the higher motivational levels of self-worth, self-esteem and self-actualisation.
- Extrinsic, on the other hand, is defined as "coming from outside" and "inessential". In the motivational context, extrinsic motivators are those that usually are 'purchased' from outside and include benefits such as club membership, physical fitness sessions, massages, gifts of various types.
Supporting information is also contained in lists and diagrams on:
- Involve team members in developing motivation and don't expect people to be motivated just because you tell them to be.
- Be motivated and enthusiastic but don't expect that people will be motivated just because you are - however it will help!
- Maximise your employment of the intrinsic measures - they cost little and are very effective.
- Be aware of and avoid those things that demotivate people.
- Develop your people skills and implement the Key Motivational Factors.
- Ensure that the key leadership functions are implemented with and through the other members of your team.
- Key points for leaders.
Facilitator's Guidance Paper and PowerPoint Slides (Paper 900-014)
Participant's Follow-Up Paper and PowerPoint slides (Slide 900-015)