As a result of this one to two day training program, you will improve your skills in getting others to do their best work. Through the use of provocative sports analogies and empirical studies we show you how to motivate people efficiently.
Most managers have been trained to focus on controlling the behavior of others in order to get the job done. This assumes that supervision maximizes performance.
Newly-emerging management-culture recognizes the real limits to control-models. Hence, down sizing, decentralization, and the autonomy of profit and cost centers means you must rely on the abilities of the managers and staff to work on their own as adults and as professionals.
People empowered to work as professionals know their limitations and their capabilities. They also know how to make the extra effort that distinguishes competence from excellence. Recognizing and cultivating these traits underscores the human resource maxim: workers are our most under developed resource.
This program offers an alternative to the control-model for enhancing productivity and quality assurance. It assumes that people who understand their contribution to the process want to work as a team to get results, not merely to meet a projected goal as assumed by the standard model for organizations.
This program is designed for those seeking specific steps for making the transition from the current management model to that of the self-managed work-team and profit-center. For more information: Contact