Fee: RM 850 per pax
Loyalty Points: 850 Points
Duration: 1 Day
Note: In-house course is available. Request it HERE
Employees motivation is vital to any business. A motivated workforce means a highly productive staff, all of which will help an organization to achieve their business goals.
Some of the advantages an organization will experience with a motivated workforce are in the area of innovation and efficiency. Often, the first item to be mentioned, when it comes to employee motivation, is productivity. However, this is not simply a question of employees putting their noses to the grindstone and churning out a product. In order for them to achieve this, they have to be driven. Those who are driven to perform will look for better ways to produce quality work in the most efficient way possible.
Another major issue that can come up with lack of motivation is a high rate of turnover. Not only is this costly due to the repeated cost of constant recruitment, but over time it can also lead to an inability to recruit and retain top talent. In addition, we often think of lacking motivation as being a problem that is limited to individuals, but it can often accumulate across a team, and dissatisfaction will have something of a chain effect. In short, when people are not motivated, they become less productive, less creative, less of an asset to an organization.
Hence, this two day staff motivation training program is developed to boost the working spirit of the employees. Like the saying goes: “If you like what you do, you don’t even have to work for a single day”. Nothing is more valuable than a happy employee in the company. At the end of this program participants will develop the passion to work and see themselves more than just an employee of the company.
How Will You Benefit
At the end of the training program, participants will be able to:
Who Should Attend
This program is suitable for Supervisors, Executives and Managers.
We believe in the learning process, not just in information delivery, so the method of our training is critical because it transfers information in a way that we want our participants to be able to transform and also practice in their daily lives. Our training program is crafted in a way that it promotes the “experiential learning process”. In our training program, we include the activities such as role plays, group discussion, demonstration, games, theoretical teaching and other activities.