Got motivation? Keeping Yourself & Your Employees Motivated

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Have you ever felt stuck, not wanting to do something? Been stumped about ways to effectively motivate your staff? Look no further! This session will provide you with some insights into motivation. We will consider pain and pleasure as motivators, intrinsic and extrinsic motivation, and some strategies that will help keep you and your employees motivated for high performance and productive work in your business.

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Got motivation? Keeping Yourself & Your Employees Motivated

  1. 1. Got Motivation?Keeping You & YourEmployees EngagedKaren Carleton, MEd, MSPerformance Solutions Corp.www.performcorp.ca
  2. 2. SelfMotivation
  3. 3. MOTIVATIONIncentive (n.) -Drive,enthusiasm;Goal, desire
  4. 4. Motivation - pursuePleasure, avoid Pain
  5. 5. WORK PLEASURE Receiving income Enjoyable work using my talents Helping others
  6. 6. WORK PAIN CRA Tax penalty Non-compliance fine Bankruptcy
  7. 7. Approach Goals & Avoidance Goals “Be more efficient”  “Stop procrastinating “Get more clients”  “Don’t be shy at + - events”
  8. 8. SELF-MOTIVATION STRATEGIES 1. Positive 2. Avoid thoughts & negative words people 3. Write 4. Visualize down goals end results 5. Reward yourself for work done
  9. 9. Think BIG Workerpicture Work Workplace
  10. 10. CASE STUDY: SHARONStruggles to facilitate seniormanagement meetings &occasional training.-additional tasks to role-same job for 3 years;no improvement shownUnmotivated, or needTraining/Support?
  11. 11. SOURCE OF CHALLENGE?WORKPLACE Info or Resources: Incentives: Feedback: √ -review; √ -? feedback, -coach, role DVD, & descript. job aidsWORKER Knowledge Ability: Motivation: or Skills: √ √ -? -course -no physical issues
  12. 12. EXTRINSIC VS. IINTRINSIC NTRINSICINCENTIVES MOTIVATORS
  13. 13. MONEYFair Salary & ExampleBenefits“$ Motivation”Myth
  14. 14. Desire to:-Get Got Motivation? -Serve -Directbetter at our own & Your Keeping You somethingwhat lives larger thanmatters Employees Engaged ourselvesIntrinsicPMotivators = Engagement RESENTATION (Daniel Pink) TITLE Presentation Subtitle
  15. 15. Work “If you want someone to do a good job, give them a good job to do.” -Frederick Herzberg
  16. 16. THEORY XMANAGERS Command & Control; Top-down Leaders make all decisions People are lazy, must be forced to work
  17. 17. JobInsecurity
  18. 18. Boring, repetitive work
  19. 19. THEORY Y MANAGERS ¥ Accept responsibility ¥ Let others lead ¥ 360 Feedback ¥ See people’s potential
  20. 20. MOTIVATING MANAGERS √ Clear expectations, regular feedback √ Help develop skills & self-confidence √ Set positive tone √ Ask people to value performance goals
  21. 21. WORKPLACE MOTIVATION TIPS
  22. 22. MOTIVATED EMPLOYEES√ Smile & voice√ Eager pose√ Relaxed√ Confident eye contact√ Friendly
  23. 23. EMPLOYEE MOTIVATION STRATEGIES 2. Be a 1. Praise & positive role recognize model 4. Promote 3. Clear continuous expectations improvement 5. Explain the big picture
  24. 24. Hire for Attitude, Train for Skill.
  25. 25. PRESENTERKaren CarletonPerformance SolutionsCorp.www.performcorp.ca(780) 705-7701Karen@performcorp.ca√ Educational & consulting services for employee learning & performance
  26. 26. REFERENCES Carnegie, D. (1998). How to enjoy your life and job. London, UK: Vermilion. Chandler, S. & Richardson, S. (2009). 100 Ways to motivate others. Franklin Lakes, NJ: Career Press. Clark, R.E. (2010). “Motivating Individuals, Teams and Organizations,” in Pershing, J. (ED), Handbook of Human Performance Technology (3rd Ed.), pp. 478- 497). Harvard Business School Press. (2003). Motivating People. Boston, MA: Harvard Business Review. Heller, Robert. (1998). Motivating people. Hong Kong: DK Publishing.
  27. 27. REFERENCES Nelson, B. (1997). 1001 Ways to energize employees. New York, NY: Workman Nelson, B. (1997). 1001 Ways to energize employees. New York, NY: Workman Publishing. Pink, D. (2009, July). “The Surprising Science of Motivation.” Oxford, England: TED Talk. Retrieved February 12, 2012 from, http://www.ted.com/talks/dan_pink_on_motivation.html (Time: 18:40) Pink, D. (2012, June). Daniel H. Pink. Retrieved February 12, 2012 from, http://www.danpink.com/archives/2010/06/whiteboard- magic White Board Magic (About “Drive”).

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