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Motivation for Performance

About the course

Motivating people to do their best work, even in difficult circumstances, is one of the most enduring challenges for Leaders. The Psychology of Motivation offers leaders powerful insights into why people do what they do.

This course explores current thinking in this field.  But more importantly it helps leaders apply the theory to have a real, and lasting impact on performance.  

Duration: 2 Days

Motivation for Performance is designed for:

  • Individuals who are moving into Leadership roles
  • Leaders who wish to improve performance of an individual / team
  • Sales team leaders who wish to drive sales performance
  • HR professionals involved with / managing compensation and benefits for the organisation

What will I get from the programme?

Upon completion of this programme participants will be able to:

  • Demonstrate understanding of motivation and different forms of motivation
  • Identify the key driver for human behaviour
  • Apply understanding of process and content theories of motivation to improve performance in individuals / teams
  • Explain the role that personality preference plays in shaping our expectations
  • Evaluate and improve reward systems



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About Inside Edge – Dublin, Ireland

Our team of associates are experienced, highly qualified learning professionals. The team has extensive technical and leadership experience both in Ireland and Internationally . We are passionate about sharing knowledge, tools and insights that helped us improve performance during our careers.

Our Approach:

  • We share the best tools and techniques available
  • We show people how to adapt these tools and techniques for their role, organisation and the personality preferences of colleagues and customers
  • We teach people how to identify, change and influence behaviour and behaviour patterns
  • We focus on underlying patterns not just surface problems