Motivation: Find out what Triggers Motivation in Others
Motivation involves understanding what makes individuals tick and, secondly, how we can successfully motivate people that we work with.
Finding the key to what inspires and motivates people is never easy. It has often been said that motivating individuals is much harder than creating an environment in which people are motivated. But this won’t work for everyone.
Sometimes the hardest thing for people is finding a way to motivate themselves. They say they want to do something and they don’t do it.
This short course is aimed at managers at all levels and team leaders who wish to learn more about what motivates the people that they work with for greater performance. Conversely, it will help you identify what will demotivate someone.
The course is based on NLP Meta Programs and helps you to identify what motivational triggers are. These reveal what will make a person do something or prevent a person from acting in a certain way.
All this shows up in how a person talks.
So, the course will help you find out needs and drives of others through conversational techniques. This means that you can then put emphasis on how to better motivate individuals to achieve better results towards their own personal objectives.
One of the most important things about motivating yourself and staying motivated is to know your own motivation triggers. You can determine this with a structured process that is supplied within the course that with enable you to format a conversation naturally and get to the heart of someone’s core motivation. Use the appropriate influencing language for maximum impact and learn how to apply it in any context.
Determine a person’s motivation by exploring their
Criteria of Motivation
Source of Motivation
Reason for Motivation
Decisions of Motivation
Work with these 6 motivational triggers and find out what it is that people need to get excited about something.
The course is being continually refined and updated to ensure it remains current and relevant.
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Latest update – May 2019
This video introduces the course on motivation.
This lesson covers the objectives of the course on motivation and the learning objectives.
To start the course, we look at some of the best known motivation theories. This lesson covers needs theories as defined by Maslow and Herzberg.
A more scientific research is being conducted and more is known about motivation., we need to rethink some of our beliefs around what motivates people. It appears that a lot of what we have thought is wrong!
Words That Change Minds is a well respected book by Shelle Rose Charvet that looks at how to determine motivation and motivational traits using conversational coaching techniques.
Meta-programs are like the software in our brains. They run unconsciously. In this lesson we explore the idea of meta-programs and start to look at te motivational meta-program.
This lesson looks at the Level of Motivation. Are you proactive or reactive?
This lesson looks at the Criteria of Motivation. What are your criteria or values?
This lesson looks at the Direction of Motivation. Are you motivated towards a goal or away from something you don't want?
This lesson looks at the Source of Motivation. Are you internally or externally motivated ?
This lesson looks at the Reason for Motivation. Are you motivated by options or procedures?
This lesson looks at the Decision Factors of Motivation. What is your attitude to change? Are you motivated by evolution or revolution?
This lesson reviews the course.
Practical Activity - Motivational Traits
The series of questions presented here will help you to determine the traits that make up your traits within your motivation meta-program.
A series of resource cards - Lightbulb Moments, Motivation in the Workplace - for you to download and keep.
Extra resources for you and some discounts off my other Udemy courses.