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Motivational training

  • Motive and motivation are psychological concepts representing factors that stimulate a person to be or become active; they elicit, maintain, and direct specific behavior toward a particular goal. Motives may be inherent or acquired; primary or secondary; and biological, social, or personal.

    An important factor in motivation is self-motivation, i.e., a drive directing us toward a goal or an inner drive for achieving, developing, and moving forward. Self-motivation is affected by self-confidence, self-efficiency, positive thinking about the present and future, focus, clear goals, and motivating environment.

    Goals of training

    - to know oneself better
    - to understand the relationship between personal and professional goals
    - to learn how to recognize one's needs and/or needs of the team members, assess expertise and motivation, and learn how to provide quality feedback
    - to acquire motivational techniques and methods and understand factors influencing motivation and theories underlying motivation.

    What it looks like

    The training is delivered in the form of workshops, which are intended for everyone whose job requires motivational skills and who is interested in personal and professional growth. In other words, the training is intended for everyone who wants to learn how to motivate one self and others in an efficient way.

    Training duration

    The training may be delivered as an intensive weekend program (24 hours) or in weekly 3-hour sessions over 8 weeks.