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A Strategic Tool that identifies the major factors that influence and motivate employees to strive to improve their own and hence the organisation\'s performance.

A Strategic Tool that identifies the major factors that influence and motivate employees to strive to improve their own and hence the organisation\'s performance.

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    Five Factors For Motivation Five Factors For Motivation Presentation Transcript

    • Five Factors for Motivation ™ © Barbara Hankins MSc 1994/2009 Catalyst Management Decisions Ltd ‘ Opening the Doors on Potential’ Tel: 01299 896911
    • Five Factors for Motivation ™ Concept
      • Grounded in Motivation Theory but with practical application
      • Identifies where your company is on Strategy, Leadership and Working Environment
      • Establishes whether you are a Learning Company
    • Five Factors for Motivation ™ Rationale
      • To develop authentic Leaders
      • Ensure that you have an open and supportive working environment
      • To establish whether you are succeeding in achieving your objectives
    • Five Factors for Motivation ™ Goals & Objectives
      • Understand the motivational triggers
      • Enable targeted training investment
      • Align operational and corporate/business strategy
      • Stress ‘the Environment’ as critical success factor in employee satisfaction
      • Improve Talent Management to release potential and realise Value of People
    • Five Factors for Motivation ™ The Business Case: Why measure?
      • Enable you to become more innovative and competitive in the current global economy
      • Ensure you do not lose out on talent and profits because employees are uninspired
      • Establish how engaged your employees really are not just how engaged you think they are!
      • Ensure you target training investment to achieve your company’s strategic objectives
      • Effectively demonstrate the value of people to your business – putting people and profit on the same page!
    • Five Factors for Motivation ™ My Applications
      • Example 1 – Positive Company
      • Vision is ‘Success through Excellence’
      • Primary Mission – To become a Global Leader in its field
      • Daily message – ‘Innovation, Technology and Quality’
      • Employees engaged and committed
      • Good training and development history
    • Five Factors for Motivation ™ My Applications
      • Example 2 – Negative Company
      • Vision is ‘Simply the Best’
      • Daily Message – ‘the numbers’
      • Purpose of the company identified as ‘Making Money’
      • Employees disengaged – little sense of ownership or belonging
      • Poor Training & Development history
    • Five Factors for Motivation ™ Key Benefits
      • Increased employee contribution (engagement) and satisfaction
      • Realistic targets for improved performance
      • Improved communications
      • Self knowledge and awareness
      • Measurement of the perception gap
      • Improved quality and customer satisfaction
      • A better learning environment
      • More co-operation, initiative and participation
      • Improved retention
      • Being known as a great company to work for