Motivation

 

How motivated are your staff?
How motivated are you?

Motivation varies from person to person, which is why it can be so difficult to understand and instill in your employees. This individuality is not a bad thing however, but rather an opportunity to create effective and productive teams that achieve goals and exceed targets.

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Solving problems with motivation

 

One of the most powerful tools used in our training courses is Motivational Maps, a unique device that identifies, and helps you to understand, individual and team motivations. Using this valuable knowledge, personalised action plans are created for each member of staff to use going forward to ensure it is applied in their everyday life.

Learn more about our motivational training courses below or contact us today on 07971 882628.

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Who will benefit?

 

Motivational Maps fine-tune and strengthen leadership and gives them the skills they need to create sustainable, high performing teams who work together towards a unified goal. Significantly, it will also show you how to protect and maintain high performance and motivation.

It also works on a more personal level, helping each member of your team identify what drives them to work hard and achieve results. This translates into positive individual growth not just in the business world, but in their personal lives as well.

Motivational Maps help businesses & individuals in the following ways:

  1. Personal development – increase your self-image and awareness for better individual understanding of how you work and what drives you to success. 
  2. Management development – Become an outstanding leader by understanding your own motivators, and those of others in the organisation, to improve communication, conflict resolution, decision making and strategy planning.
  3. Team Building – Once you’ve established individual motivations, you can build teams based on complementary personalities and drivers in order to get tasks done efficiently and to a high standard.
  4. Recruitment – Motivational Maps help you identify the right person for the job as you’ll be able to match their motivations with those of the role and team. This not only helps you fill the gap effectively but helps ensure the new employee fits in and is happy with their new position.
  5. Sales – When you know the primary drivers of a sales force, you can tailor their incentives and coaching to meet their needs exactly.  Most sales training programmes focus on sales techniques whereas Motivational Maps go further to recognise that positive motivation is key to achieving peak sales performance.
  6. Performance – A lot of companys find that incentive schemes do not achieve the desired effect – higher performance. That’s because almost all of them are based on the assumption that money is a number one motivator. However, this isn’t necessarily the case as research shows that money isn’t at the top of most people’s motivation lists, even those in sales. So, what is? The answer is, of course, that it varies from person to person. This is where Motivation Maps come in to tell you the main motivators of your team so you can utilise this information to find low cost, yet highly effective, reward strategies.
  7. Career Development – When it comes to promoting staff, Motivational Maps can help you establish who will be right for the role by identifying their compatibility with the work involved, the rest of the team and the business as a whole. It can also help you make, or help you to guide others, in important career decisions, whether that’s taking the next steps in your current role or deciding on a completely new direction.

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Motivational Maps can be used effectively in a number of both personal and business scenarios

 

Here are just a few:

• Career direction/progression
• Outplacing of staff during redundancies
• Managing teams & building high performance teams
• Managing and communicating with staff
• Handling different motivational types
• Effectively resolving conflict
• Working effectively with partners, teams and individuals
• Sales – understanding yourself and your client
• Succession planning
• Change management
• Effective appraisals
• Downsizing
• Remote working and ‘hot desking’ – who’s suited and who’s not!
• Making effective and lasting decisions
• Building effective teams by understanding their motivators
• Recruiting new staff or management people – ensuring you have the right balance of motivators

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