Employee Motivation Course in Singapore
Employee Motivation Course in Singapore
The right kind of motivation can go a long way towards achieving a goal. It’s a known fact that motivated people have a higher chance of being successful compared to those who only do things because they are required. In the workplace, applying employee motivation tools is guaranteed to increase productivity and employee satisfaction.
This Employee Motivation workshop is ideal for anyone who would like to gain a strong grasp and improve their Employee Motivation.
All Staff Within An Organisation
The ideal group size for this Employee Motivation course is:
Minimum: 5 Participants
Maximum: 15 Participants
The duration of this Employee Motivation workshop is 2 full days. Knowles Training Institute will also be able to contextualised this workshop according to different durations; 3 full days, 1 day, half day, 90 minutes and 60 minutes.
2 Full Days
9 a.m to 5 p.m
Below is the list of course benefits of our Employee Motivation course
- Understand how motivation improves the performance and attitude of employees at work
- Recognize how employee motivation can benefit the workplace
- Create a more dynamic, loyal, and energized workforce
- Build a desirable workplace and avoid fear in dealing with employees
- Acquire the skills to supervise and motivate others in the workplace
- Be motivated to engaged others to build a conducive workplace
- Create a motivational climate in the workplace that will encourage employee
- Understand that everyone has different preferences for feeling motivated at work
- Inspire others to feel more engaged through improving their full potential at work
- Experience how valued and recognized employee becomes more motivated and productive
- Build trust by showing transparency and vulnerability as a leader
- Start the planning process on how team to engage the workforce and bring about a culture change
Below is the list of course objectives of our Employee Motivation course
- Explore motivation and its impact in the workplace
- Understand the importance of employee motivation in enhancing employee performance
- Explain the motivational theories and its application in the workplace
- Demonstrate the role of fear and desire in employee motivation and its impact on business outcomes
- Identify how to incorporate supervision and motivation in building up employees
- Explore the employees feelings about various motivational factors
- Incorporate techniques that can create a motivational working environment
- Identify effective actions that can motivate employees in the workplace
- Learn how to set clear and defined goals as part of the motivation process
- Develop plans for effectively incorporating rewards and recognition in the workplace
- Identify the important role trust plays in building employee motivation at work
- Understand what employees want and provide a starting point for getting the most out of them
Below is the list of course content of our Employee Motivation training course
- What is motivation and how it impacts employee performance
- Why is employee motivation important in the workplace
- What are the motivational theories and how to apply them in the workplace
- How can fear and desire to work affect employee motivation
- Supervision and motivation can work together in enhancing employee performance
- What values in the workplace can motivate employees
- Reinforcement theory is valuable in motivating employees
- What motivational actions can maximize employee performance
- What are the practical ways to motivate others by helping them achieve their full potential
- The role of reward and recognition can be helpful in employee motivation
- Building credibility in the workplace is vital for employee motivation
- Learning to make a motivational checklist for daily basis
Each participant will receive the following materials for the Employee Motivation course
Employee Motivation Learner’s Guide
Employee Motivation Key Takeaways Notes
Employee Motivation Essentials Ebook
Employee Motivation Course Handouts
Employee Motivation 30-Day Action Plan
Employee Motivation MindMaps Pack
Employee Motivation PPT Slides Used During Course
Employee Motivation Long-Term Memory Flashcards Pack
Employee Motivation E-Learning Course
Employee Motivation Online Video Course
Employee Motivation Essentials Audiobook
Employee Motivation Infographics Pack
Each course participant will receive a certification of training completion
There are 3 pricing options available for this Employee Motivation training course. Course participants not in Singapore may choose to sign up for our online Employee Motivation training course.
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Post Training Support: A vast majority of training does not have any effect beyond 120 days. To work, training has to have a strong pre- and post-training component. Post-training reinforcement helps individuals to recall the understanding and ask questions.
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Employee motivation is a factor that measures an employee’s willingness to pursue work tasks or goals. It is what causes an employee to act in a certain way. Employers often use two primary theories of motivation: extrinsic motivation and intrinsic motivation.
Here are the top ten factors that motivate employees
- Appreciation for a job done well.
- Being in the loop about company matters.
- An understanding attitude from management
- Job surety.
- Sound wages.
- Exciting work.
- Career progression opportunities.
- Commitment from management.
Employee motivation is the level of enthusiasm, commitment, and creativity that a company’s employees bring to their jobs. Whether the economy is expanding or contracting, finding ways to motivate employees should always be a concern. Contending theories stress either incentives or employee involvement.
A well-motivated workforce can present several advantages:
- Better productivity of employees
- Lower levels of absenteeism as the workers are satisfied with their working lives.
- Lower levels of staff turnover
- Developed relations with trade unions.
Here are some motivational techniques from other entrepreneurs that an employer can try with employees:
- Gamify and Incentivize.
- Let Employees Know They Are Trusted.
- Set Smaller Weekly Goals.
- Give Employees Purpose.
- Radiate Positivity.
- Be Transparent.
- Motivate Individuals Rather Than the Team.
Motivation is crucial to an individual as it will help him achieve his personal goals. If an individual is motivated, he will have job satisfaction. Motivation will assist in self-development of an individual. An individual would always gain by operating with a dynamic team.
In addition to becoming more highly engaged, motivated employees manage change more easily; are more solid problem-solvers; higher levels of innovation, creativity, and customer-centricity; profitable; create higher levels of customer satisfaction; and increase employee retention rates.
Disadvantages of motivation are:
- Lack of interest in organisation.
- Spreading ‘rumours’.
- Reduced co-operation.
- The threats of strikes and demonstrations create problems for management.
Here are six guaranteed ways to Stay Constantly Motivated
- Build a business around a passion. Having motivation to succeed is the result of doing something one loves.
- Always have long-term and short-term goals.
- Be extremely optimistic.
- Commit to the end goal.
- Surround oneself with like-minded people.
- Establish a personal reward system.
There are four factors of motivation that live in every organisation or business. They are:
- Leadership style
- The reward system
- The organisational climate
- The structure of the work
Importance of Employee Motivation
There are various reasons why employee motivation is required. Mainly because it enables management to adhere to the company’s goals. Motivated employees will increase productivity and levels of output of an organisation.
Here are eight simple ways to increase motivation in the workplace:
- Recognise great work. One of the most critical factors that contribute to employee motivation is how often their hard work is recognised.
- Set small, measurable goals.
- Celebrate results.
- Stay positive.
- Stay fueled.
- Take regular breaks.
- Stay healthy.
- See and share the big picture.
Here are some of the various common examples of motivation in life driven by pleasure:
- Survival necessities (food, shelter, clothing)
- Achievement (for example:
- school, career, sports)
- Entertainment (for example: partying, dancing, playing)
- Taste (food)
- Curiosity (wanting to know something)
- Laughter (feeling uplifted)
- Sex (dopamine release)
Lack of motivation is a sign of depression. However, depression as a cause is not always the case. For example, there may be a lack of motivation if there are difficulties with coping with an issue in life or experiencing something that affects self-confidence.
Here are some actions for building commitment and involvement:
- Identify any obstacles that might stand in the way.
- Share the vision and the purpose of the business.
- Give some authority to employees.
- Encourage risk-taking.
- Use reward schemes.
- Plan social and athletic activities.
Employee morale represents the overall outlook, attitude, happiness, and confidence that employees feel at work. When employees are confident about their work environment and understand that they can reach their most important career and vocational requirements, employee morale is high.
Here is how:
- Communicate. Work carefully to develop better relationships with employees.
- Remain enthusiastic. Become a good example for others by building up self-confidence and talking optimistically.
- Increase employee satisfaction and motivation. Empower employees to make more decisions.
Six Simple Ways to Improve Employee Morale are:
- Talk Often.
- Ask Employee Feedback.
- Make Solid Business Decisions.
- Build an Effective Incentive Program.
- Utilise Social Media To Praise Employees.
- Be Fun.
The opportunities and recognition that the company offers impact employee morale, according to ‘Human Nature At Work’. If an employee can be recognised for their efforts through a promotion or raise, then the remainder of the employee population sees that the company does reward hard work.
Good employee morale usually means that workers are happy to come to work each day, comfortable like their work and with their co-workers, and optimistic about their production. Whether a manager or a front line worker, good employee morale in a company provides several key benefits.