Motivating teams – find the spark

Who is responsible for managing and motivating employees?

Motivating teams – find the spark

How can we drive, engage and stimulate people to produce their best work, to grow, to develop, to reach their potential – and to be happy whilst doing it?!  

Particularly when many of us continue to work remotely.

This workshop explores how a manager can be the enabler – how they can create a culture and set of conditions that allow people to flourish and feel good about what they do.  

And it demonstrates the importance of “balanced responsibility” – how your team members need to meet you at least halfway.  

You will learn:

  • The steps to creating a high performing team who self-motivate
  • How to ignite interest in work through the four fundamental motivators 
  • How to manage an unmotivated team member
  • Techniques for managing and motivating a remote team
  • How to involve the team in creating the team’s reputation.

What the course will cover:

  • Exploring the challenges of finding out ‘what makes them tick’
  • Defining the underlying principles for high performing teams
  • Motivational theories distilled into four practical approaches
  • Embracing and valuing different working styles
  • Motivating the unmotivated
  • Managing and motivating remotely
  • Establishing your team’s reputation.

Who should attend:

Team leaders, supervisors and managers who have line management responsibility for one or more team members.

Sue Waterall

Leadership and management Sue Waterall

Sue Waterall is a member of the Chartered Management Institute and an accredited StrengthsScope Practitioner, with a CIPD Certificate in Training Practice. She is a skilled trainer and facilitator, with significant experience in the social housing sector. Passionate about personal and team development, Sue uses her energy to create a positive, stimulating learning environment where everyone is included and best practice is shared.