Motivation For Drive


In a nutshell​

In this program we will be looking at how the brain uses different pathways in bringing out a solution and how a leader can get the most out of team members’ mental resources through the application motivation strategies.

It is important to understand that drive is not just a matter of pushing others by using the stick or the carrot. We are now exploring more behavioural models that explain what drives and motivates people to follow through until completion.

Motivating others to change, to engage all their resources to achieve their goals is one of, if not the greatest challenge leaders face. Motivating and leading your team to perform is very much a “social thing”.

Why?​

  • Because you need to surpass your pain threshold in order to transcend​
  • You are the engine driving your team.​
  • Because intrinsic reward has a greater impact on motivation.​
  • Because it is not all about money.​
  • You want to experience pleasure that is beyond the material aspect of things and you want your team to feel that sense of achievement too.

Workshop anatomy​

Duration: 3 days

Methodology: Action Learning, Experiential Learning, Neuro assessment, Coaching, Case Studies.

No of Participants: 12-15 participants ​

Who should attend:​
First line managers, Supervisors, Team Leaders, Project leaders, first time managers, aspiring leaders, mid level managers, directors, executives. 

Topic Keywords​

Understanding the reward network, Social factor in motivation, Logic is over rated, The neuro biology of drive, the Limbic system and decision making , dopamine, the pleasure center.