Motivating and Retaining Employees

Key Factors for Reducing Turnover

Class Summary

(based on last 3 sessions)

Most people do not voluntary leave a job because of pay, the amount of work, or the number of hours. They leave because the relationship with their immediate supervisor is not working. Part of maintaining a good relationship has to do with rewards and recognition.

In this half-day program you’ll learn tips and techniques that will help keep employees engaged and loyal.

SUP32 0.3 Combinable
One 3.5-hour session
Jim Temme

Supervisors, managers, leaders, HR personnel, and others who would like to motivate employees and volunteers through recognition and rewards at work.

  • Improved workplace morale.
  • Greater individual and organizational productivity.
  • Higher employee satisfaction.
  • Reduced employee turnover.

By the end of this program, you will be able to:

  • List the key workplace motivators.
  • Focus on a motivating environment in your workplace.
  • Understand the key factors in recognizing employees.
  • Create a climate that will retain good qualified employees.

I. Our workforce today

II. Identifying what motivates people at work

III. Giving meaningful recognition

IV. The Motivation Matrix

V. Expectancy Theory

VI. Helping individuals and teams get to maturity

VII. Creating a climate of high motivation

VIII. Personal action plan