Managers are charged with the responsibility to get individuals assigned to them to perform. Their success (and bonus), is dependent on the performance of others. Their challenge of motivating others to perform can be a hard job! (After all, why should their staff work that hard for them?)
Our Maximising Performance programme will give insights into how to get the best out of each individual in your team. It is based on the four factors that contribute to maximum performance: clear and agreed Direction, the Opportunity to perform, the Ability to do the job and the Motivation to put effort into it. We call it the DOAM effect.
This programme will benefit anyone who is responsible for the performance of others. It’s a great complement to our Team Dynamics and Performance programme.
Part 1 – GOALS, OBJECTIVES, AND KPIS
What motivates people to work (for more than money): models, theories, and common sense
Cascading objectives – alignment from top to bottom and the other way round
Getting SMART with team and individual objectives
Business objectives and personal ones
Part 3 – DEVELOPING OTHERS
What adults like and what they don’t
The pitfalls of micromanagement
Learning preferences: what information we need and how we need it
Situational leadership – using the right learning style
Development plans to aid success
Part 3 – MOTIVATION
Theories, research, and just good practice
Language to suit others
“The best executive is the one who has sense enough to pick good men to do what he wants done, and self-restraint enough to keep from meddling with them while they do it.