Leaders know that employee motivation is the key to individual performance, team productivity, and maintaining a desired organizational culture, yet many leaders struggle with this. Motivated employees exhibit a willingness to take on responsibilities, hold themselves accountable for their performance, and in turn, increase their own job satisfaction. Come explore the topic of employee motivation and why the carrot and stick approach to energizing your employees just doesn’t work.
In this professional development workshop we will define motivation and how it impacts employee performance, identify organizational behaviors that demotivate, contrast extrinsic and intrinsic motivation, and explore fundamental factors necessary for employee motivation. Learn what you can do to create a work environment of motivated employees who consistently demonstrates a willingness to perform and achieve results.
Supervisors, managers, or program directors.
Rae Lee is a Business Trainer and Consultant for the Missouri Training Institute (MTI). As part of the Robert J. Trulaske, Sr. College of Business at the University of Missouri-Columbia, MTI provides training and consulting services to businesses, government agencies, institutions of higher education, and others. Rae designs and delivers training on a variety of topics including leadership, management, customer service, sales and workplace issues. Rae comes to MTI with over 15 years of management, leadership, and training experience in the banking and finance, human resources, education, and marketing industries. She was also instrumental in developing and delivering the State of Missouri’s Career and Vocational Education programs. A Mizzou alum, Rae holds dual Bachelor’s degrees in Apparel Marketing and Management and in Secondary Education.