INTRINSIC MOTIVATION FOR AN ENGAGED WORKFORCE
Employee engagement has long been an integral part of human capital strategies and continues to dominate the discussion regarding how high-performing organizations attract and retain their best employees. Employee engagement and motivation are inextricably linked to each other.
In the absence of an effective employee engagement strategy, organizations will have trouble in cultivating a team that feels encouraged to deliver their best performance. Hence, it is crucial to examine the relationship between motivation and employee engagement to achieve an engaged and productive workforce. However, the significance of this relationship is often overlooked.
Strengthscape’s Intrinsic Motivation for an Engaged Workforce Webinar aims to do just that. This webinar explores the relationship between intrinsic motivation and employee engagement. We also aim to clarify the differences between two terms that we tend to use quite synonymously: employee engagement and job satisfaction. This webinar will take you through the benefits of an engaged workforce for an organization and how you can identify intrinsic motivators that are unique to each individual.
This webinar will help you understand the importance of employee engagement at the workplace. An engaged workforce contributes to greater success rate, lower absenteeism, improved quality of work and higher accountability and ownership. You will also be able to understand that motivators are on a spectrum and how different types of intrinsic motivators can drive workplace engagement. This webinar also explores some major theories of motivation, including that of Maslow and McClelland. Also, you will be able to identify your own intrinsic motivators and learn how to tap into them to enhance your workplace engagement.
In order to develop and energize their employees, particularly their high potentials, organizations need to recognize the differences in the motivators of their employees. Optimizing employee motivation requires more than implementing a one-size-fits-all incentive system. You should therefore, support your employees in better understanding themselves, and managers and employees should work together to “sculpt” roles and fine-tune tasks so they are more aligned with their motivations.
In general, motivated employees are more likely to work harder, arrive on time, and focus on their daily tasks. Productivity levels increase and the overall output of a business is higher.
Strengthscape’s Intrinsic Motivation for an Engaged Workforce Webinar answers the question – What can you do to engage employees in a sustainable and positive manner? There is growing evidence that workplace motivation should be focused more on intrinsic, rather than extrinsic motivation. This is due to the ever-changing needs and demands of the dynamic workforce. In order to ensure the success of your business, you must begin to understand the distinct intrinsic motivators that drive employee engagement.