Why MOTIVATION AND ABSENTEEISM?
It is well known that people tend to leave a job when they do not feel important to managers, colleagues or the company. Stress and unhappiness are the most common causes of job resignations and absences. Although people tend to justify their attitude through low pay, the truth is that the underlying reasons for their non-involvement are demotivation, lack of success, lack of independence, fragile relationships, and distrust in their managers. Another element is the lack of confidence that they can change something for the better.
- Identification and differentiation of persuasion cases from negative manipulation cases
- Ethical and fair use of persuasion methods to achieve a higher degree of team cohesion and personal level of development
- Laying the foundations of persuasive communication
- Intervention by positive persuasion methods to improve critical situations of a project
- The importance of healthy relationships
- The value of personal accomplishments
- The power of ownership
- The importance of freedom
- The power of courage
Why do people take time off work?
- Statistics and information about absenteeism and other effects of stress
- Why do people say yes when they think no?
- Why are you missing rather than solving your problems?
- What do employees never say to their managers?
How to increase team motivation?
- How to make peace with mistakes made in the past and how to restore relationships
- Setting expectations
- Listening to people, confirmation that they were heard
- Creating a new direction
- Establish a method that people can use to make sure things happen according to their goals
- Ownership and accountability projects
- Innovation projects, brainstorming and problem-solving sessions
- Reward the results
- Methods and criteria
- Feedback 360
- Proof of responsibility and courage
- Fostering courage and independence
- Decision-making and risk-taking can deliver better results than adopting the safety method