Motivational Training for Staff

A reader writes…

I feel like my staff could use a little motivational training.  You know, something that will be stimulating, yet educational.  Do you know of any resources?

Dear “Observant,”

Why have I named you “Observant?” Well, simply because I appreciate the fact that you recognize the need for motivational training in your work environment.  More often than not, managers and employees get caught up in a daily routine and lose sight of what’s really important on the job.

Offering quality training for your staff could be one of your company’s best investments…. and have I got the resource for you!

Power Training Institute offers custom workshops and seminars that cover the following topics:

  • Management and Supervision
  • Customer Service
  • Sales
  • Employee Behaviors
  • HR Compliance
  • Harassment Training
  • And more!

This highly recommended group of professionals will be able to piece together a training plan that’s right for you and your team.  Check out their website: www.powertraining.biz today….  And tell ‘em Anita sent you!

2 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Robin
    Feb 09, 2011 @ 06:40:19

    One important thing to note in the “motivation” of your workforce is that “motivation” comes from above. In order to improve motivation everyone needs to agree that motivation is needed and that they are willing and able to provide change.
    The big question…”Why is this workforce demotivated?”
    Once that question is answered then ask, “Why?” 4 or 5 more times to get closer to the root cause. Investigate, be a detective, look at clues, and watch the signals. They say to understand; you have to, “be in my shoes.” Well step into their shoes!

    Many workplaces simply lack the clear communication of goals, inconsistent or unrealistic goals, failure to recognize reward and counseling opportunities to improve individual and group performance, and the reluctance to invest the appropriate amount of time and money into improving the situation.
    Change never is easy, it can’t be “forced” effectively, and doesn’t happen overnight, but it is not impossible.

    Reply

  2. Songrath Roubsouay
    Feb 08, 2011 @ 12:24:44

    I think you should invite each other out for dinner & drinks. Thank you

    Reply

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