• Improving Workplace Performance

    This course will educate leaders on motivational theory, and how to engage their workforce in order to gain the maximum possible benefits and productivity from the team. Discussed will be motivational theories described by some of the most renowned thinkers in the fields of leadership and business, such as McGregor, Handy, McClelland, Herzberg, Adams and Humphreys - among many more.

    Featured Resources

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    Mcgregor's XY Theory of Management

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    Nudge Theory

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    Charles Handy - Motivation Calculus

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    David Mcclelland - Achievement Motivation



      • Different Motivational Theories and Models - (10)

        This section focusses on the various motivational theories and models described by leaders in business and management.

      • Using Motivational Theories to Improve Performance - (7)

        This section focusses on the application of the afore-mentioned motivational theories to improve performance within the workplace, at a team or an individual level.

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          Mcgregor's XY Theory of Management

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          David Mcclelland - Achievement Motivation

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          Charles Handy - Motivation Calculus

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          Adams' Equity Theory on Job Motivation

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          Nudge Theory

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          Exercise: Motivational Case Studies

      • Employee Engagement - (2)

        This topic focusses on the engagement of employees with the goals at hand, and how to keep individuals motivated and working towards a single target.
      • End of Course Quiz - (1)

        This section contains the end of course quiz - a test of the progress you have achieved throughout this topic.