Mastering Motivation

Mastering Motivation

Learn how to maximise energy and motivation levels during uncertainty

Finding it tricky to keep your team motivated towards a goal when the posts keep moving and you're all in different locations?

Motivational theory can be complex, but this engaging session will help you to understand the variety of factors that influence our drive and determination. As humans we can be influenced by both external and internal factors, known as extrinsic and intrinsic motivators. What works for one person doesn't always work for the next.

We also take a look at the research on social networks to understand how our behaviour impacts our motivation and behaviour of those we interact with – even if it is virtually, and why a healthy dose of self-compassion can serve us well!

In this highly interactive webinar, we:

  • Discuss the research on the positive impact of social networks on our wellbeing and ability to perform at work.
  • Discover the steps to create optimal conditions for motivation in a virtual environment by using Self Determination Theory (SDT)
  • Develop practical strategies to engage and motivate yourself and a remote team

Our evidence-based webinar can be delivered as a live, interactive webinar, or in-person workshop depending on your organisational needs.

Contact us today to learn more about how our program can help your organisation reduce workplace stress and promote employee well-being.

Program details

2 hour workshop or 1 hour webinar
Delivery mode:
Face-to-face facilitated workshop or online (Zoom)
Participation numbers:
Up to 25 people per workshop / 70+ per webinar

From $3990 +gst

*To discuss delivery options for your organisation, get in touch and one of our team members will design a solution for you.

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