You Will Learn:
- How to improve employee engagement
- How to motivate your team, maximise productivity and get the best out of your team members
- The principles for creating a team that is both driven and inspired
- How to deal with problematic team members and how to resolve the impact they have on the team in general
- Understand the duality of employee engagement and motivation (what motivates and de-motivates people)
- The importance of cross-business collaboration
- The leadership skills necessary for employee engagement and performance
Who Is This Course For?
- Professionals looking to develop their leadership and management skills to get the best out of themselves, their employees or their business
- Professionals who are thinking of taking on a future leadership role, and want to get a step ahead when it comes to workforce motivation and engagement
- Professionals who want to learn the principles of ‘3-D leadership’ and how they apply to real-life settings
About The Course:
What is a ‘3-D leader’, and what makes them so good at what they do? How do they know exactly how to improve employee engagement? The chances are that you want to emulate the world’s best business leaders, but aren’t exactly sure where to start. What skills need bolstering? How do you go about taking the first steps? How do you get your workforce to like you?
One of the key tenets of good leadership involves motivation. The ability to inspire, and create a motivated team unlocks the potential of your colleagues and your business. Many have the ability to work - it’s just a case of whether you give them the drive to do so.
In this course, you will learn all the key principles of motivational business leadership so you can get the best out of your team, and ensure they are working to the best of their abilities.
You will also get to understand the contextualisation of leadership, and that it often involves changing your attitude and behaviour, depending on the situation you are in. Whether you are in a crisis, or you just need to give your workforce that extra boost before a deadline, you will soon be confident in your own ability to push your team to where they need to be. After all, a happy workforce often lends itself to happy customers. The happier the customer, the greater your business exposure. So, everything begins with employee satisfaction.
Knowing how to increase employee engagement may seem quite obvious, but in practice, it can be quite a challenge, especially when it comes to monitoring their performance. This course will also give you actionable advice on building ‘feedback loops’. This will ensure you know exactly how to monitor both your and your team’s progress, allowing you to see how much of a positive impact your motivational leadership is having. Positive progress is also a good marker for motivation, as it drives people to maintain their personalised trajectory of success.
Put all this together, and you have a clinical plan for motivating your workforce to take your business to new heights.
Andy Hanselman helps businesses, leaders and teams create competitive advantage by ‘Thinking in 3D’! That means being ‘Dramatically and Demonstrably Different’! He has over 30 years researching, working with, and learning from successful disruptive and forward-thinking entrepreneurial businesses and their leaders and is a recognised expert on business competitiveness.
This has helped him identify the 8 Characteristics of 3D Leaders. Not the latest ‘fad’ or hyped ‘panacea’ for business success, nor a list of do’s and don’ts, or ‘magical answers’, but proven methodologies and processes that help successful winning leaders grow and develop their business, teams and themselves.
Andy is the author of 3 books (currently writing his 4th!) and loves sharing real insights into how these 3D Leaders create committed, motivated and effective people at every level. He brings these lessons to life by speaking at events, conferences, workshops and seminars around the world.
As a speaker, Andy thrives on interacting with people ensuring that they are challenged, stimulated and motivated. His style is participative, fast-paced, humorous and relevant. He believes people learn best by 'doing' and having fun! As a result, he works hard to offer them practical, stimulating fresh ideas, tools and techniques that provide no-nonsense ‘stuff’ they can actually use in their businesses immediately.
He has worked with a huge cross-section of businesses and sectors and has worked with businesses as wide-ranging as Tommy Hilfiger, Asda, B Braun, NHS, Universities and colleges, Vigor Enterprises Kuwait, Specsavers, Pallex, Grant Thornton, Jelf, Santander, Travelex, Mobile Mini and Ronseal and thousands of small and medium-sized growing, entrepreneurial businesses.