Motivation & Engaging Your Team
Are the people within your business your main asset? Do they give you that competitive advantage over others in your sector or field?
Engagement is key in 21st century people management. Discover how to motivate employees whilst increasing productivity, and apply effective employee engagement within your business.
This course offers an introduction to employee engagement and explores the value of incentivising and rewarding teams as well as workplace culture that will enable you to understand motivational leadership and how to maintain highly productive working relationships
What you will study
The short course will take place over 4 weeks, with each week addressing a different aspect of motivation and engaging your team, as below;
- Motivation and related theories
- An introduction to the concept of employee engagement and job satisfaction
- Evaluating the value of rewards and incentives in motivating and engaging teams
- Understanding workplace culture
Course Start Date
16th November 2020.
Online Independent Study
Material will be available online via Moodle, and students will be able to access the content which will include recorded lectures, podcasts and articles, and study in their own time, although there is some expectation that they aim to keep up to date on a weekly basis. (ie that tasks for week 1 are completed sometime within week 1)
This short course requires that the student can allocate 3 hours per week to their study, but there is no requirement to be online at a specific time.
Students will be required to complete an online discussion forum on each weekly topic. The forums will enable students to reflect and demonstrate their learning. The expectation for the total word count is 1,000 words.
There will be clear guidance given to students regarding student expectation and assessments. Students will not be expected to use Harvard referencing, but will need to list their sources of information. The assessments will be 8 x 250 word contributions to a discussion forum, and will involve either opinion based, research based or experience based tasks related to the weekly content. It is advised that students complete one forum each week, and it should not extend their study time per week by more than 30 minutes.
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