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Employee motivation is a key component of a healthy organization. Supervisors are responsible for encouraging and maintaining individual employee motivation, by addressing such factors as employee recognition, employee decision-making responsibilities, and opportunities for growth, both personal and professional. It is also important to be aware of how physical conditions, job security and social relationships affect employee motivation.


  • Learn important techniques for upward management.
  • Understand past, present and future trends in employee behavior.
  • Learn why and where sub-performance begins.
  • Develop and sustain a motivated staff through recognition, participation and growth.
  • Transform marginal performers into productive contributors.
  • Understand how your leadership style influences employee motivation.
  • Learn how physical conditions, job security and social relationships affect employee motivation.
  • Learn how to offer criticism and ensure that it is heard.
  • Apply models and methods for measurable results.
  • Practice, role-play, problem-solve and discuss.
  • Translate what you learn into action.

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