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This workshop can be taken as a stand-alone workshop or as part of the Foundational Leadership Certificate Series.  Some people are born motivated. Others have to be, well…motivated.  Whether your employees report in every day to the floor or from an off-site network, the success of your organization depends a great deal on the motivation they bring to the job.  “Managing People Through Motivation” uses case studies from top-notch Fortune 500 companies to help you identify specific methods you can use to improve employee motivation. You’ll learn how to use observation tools to find out what motivates your employees and you’ll study classic motivational theories.The results will help you influence the behaviors of others and tweak your own behavior to improve your bottom line.  Learning Objectives Know what it means to engage people; discuss the meaning of motivation by getting to the core of what impacts your employees’ productivity Get your employees charged; find out what makes them tick through examining and understanding some of the classics in motivational theory Learn how to use observation tools presented in this session to drill down to what truly motivates your employees  Understand and appreciate that motivation begins with each individual Use the C.A.R.E. model to identify specific methods you can use to improve employee motivation through case studies from top-notch fortune 500 companies Who Should Attend Experienced Supervisors Managers Employees Identified for Advancement Team Leads Group discount:  Enter code MP111720 when registering 3 or more attendees to receive a 15% discount. When Tuesday, November 17, 2020 9:00 AM - 2:00 PM Where Live Online Fee includes all training materials.  Login instructions and training materials will be emailed prior to the training. Read More

This workshop can be taken as a stand-alone workshop or as part of the Foundational Leadership Certificate Series.  Some people are born motivated. Others have to be, well…motivated.  Whether your employees report in every day to the floor or from an off-site network, the success of your organization depends a great deal on the motivation they bring to the job.  “Managing People Through Motivation” uses case studies from top-notch Fortune 500 companies to help you identify specific methods you can use to improve employee motivation. You’ll learn how to use observation tools to find out what motivates your employees and you’ll study classic motivational theories.The results will help you influence the behaviors of others and tweak your own behavior to improve your bottom line. Learning Objectives Know what it means to engage people; discuss the meaning of motivation by getting to the core of what impacts your employees’ productivity Get your employees charged; find out what makes them tick through examining and understanding some of the classics in motivational theory Learn how to use observation tools presented in this session to drill down to what truly motivates your employees  Understand and appreciate that motivation begins with each individual Use the C.A.R.E. model to identify specific methods you can use to improve employee motivation through case studies from top-notch fortune 500 companies Who Should Attend Experienced Supervisors Managers Employees Identified for Advancement Team Leads Group discount:  Enter code MP112420 when registering 3 or more attendees to receive a 15% discount. When Tuesday, November 24, 2020 9:00 AM - 1:00 PM Where King of Prussia, PA 234 Mall Boulevard Suite G-50 King of Prussia, Pennsylvania 19406 Fee includes all training materials. Read More

This workshop can be taken as a stand-alone workshop or as part of the Foundational Leadership Certificate Series.  Some people are born motivated. Others have to be, well…motivated.  Whether your employees report in every day to the floor or from an off-site network, the success of your organization depends a great deal on the motivation they bring to the job.  “Managing People Through Motivation” uses case studies from top-notch Fortune 500 companies to help you identify specific methods you can use to improve employee motivation. You’ll learn how to use observation tools to find out what motivates your employees and you’ll study classic motivational theories.The results will help you influence the behaviors of others and tweak your own behavior to improve your bottom line. Learning Objectives Know what it means to engage people; discuss the meaning of motivation by getting to the core of what impacts your employees’ productivity Get your employees charged; find out what makes them tick through examining and understanding some of the classics in motivational theory Learn how to use observation tools presented in this session to drill down to what truly motivates your employees  Understand and appreciate that motivation begins with each individual Use the C.A.R.E. model to identify specific methods you can use to improve employee motivation through case studies from top-notch fortune 500 companies Who Should Attend Experienced Supervisors Managers Employees Identified for Advancement Team Leads Group discount:  Enter code MP092420 when registering 3 or more attendees to receive a 15% discount. When Thursday, September 24, 2020 9:00 AM - 1:00 PM Where King of Prussia, PA 234 Mall Boulevard Suite G-50 King of Prussia, Pennsylvania 19406 Fee includes all training materials. Read More

This workshop can be taken as a stand-alone workshop or as part of the Advanced Leadership Series. Your success depends not just on how you manage those who report to you—but also on those to whom you report.  It’s not about top down management anymore—things have changed. For organizations to be successful today, everyone needs to contribute. Learn how to manage the managers in “Managing Up the Ladder”, a half-day seminar.  You’ll learn strategies for acquiring buy-in from those above you in the organization and tools for more effective communications. You’ll uncover the five questions not to ask your manager and learn a six step approach for having tough to have conversations.  Learning Objectives Learn methods to get buy-in from those above you in the organization Find your personal power through acquiring skills to influence and persuade for success Understand how to communicate more effectively with your manager Avoid 10 critical mistakes when it comes to managing upward Uncover the 5 questions NOT to ask your manager that can impact your success Learn the 6-step approach to having the “tough to have” conversations Group discount:  Enter code MU120220 when registering 3 or more attendees to receive a 15% discount. Who should attend Supervisors Managers Team Leads Individual Contributors When Wednesday, December 2, 2020 9:00 AM - 2:00 PM Where Live Online Fee includes all training materials.   Read More

MEA Roundtables, a service available to Members, are intended to give the members' staff opportunities for professional exchange with peers.  The Roundtables are an exclusive peer forum for discussing questions and issues related to a professional field and for drawing on the combined business experience of peers.  The meetings also contribute to the participants' professional development through peer interactions. Perfect for the HR Generalist or Administrator, this Roundtable group will focus primarily on the tactical implementation of HR practices and compliance. Sample agenda items will include: Are your policies and practices up-to-date? The fine line of HR: The role of objectivity Effective open enrollment strategies FMLA administration 2020 Dates Friday, October 2 Friday, November 20 Year subscription: Member - $265, pro-rated $133 If you have any questions, please contact Carol Kelly, Training Coordinator, at 800-662-6238 or registration@meainfo.org.  When 9:00 AM - 11:00 AM Where King of Prussia, PA 234 Mall Boulevard Suite G-50 King of Prussia, Pennsylvania 19406 800-662-6238 Continental Breakfast will be provided. Read More

MEA Roundtables, a service available to Members, are intended to give the members' staff opportunities for professional exchange with peers.  The Roundtables are an exclusive peer forum for discussing questions and issues related to a professional field and for drawing on the combined business experience of peers.  The meetings also contribute to the participants' professional development through peer interactions. Perfect for the HR Generalist or Administrator, this Roundtable group will focus primarily on the tactical implementation of HR practices and compliance. Sample agenda items will include: Are your policies and practices up-to-date? The fine line of HR: The role of objectivity Effective open enrollment strategies FMLA administration 2020 Dates Friday, November 20 Year subscription: Member - $265, pro-rated $67 If you have any questions, please contact Carol Kelly, Training Coordinator, at 800-662-6238 or registration@meainfo.org.  When 9:00 AM - 11:00 AM Where King of Prussia, PA 234 Mall Boulevard Suite G-50 King of Prussia, Pennsylvania 19406 800-662-6238 Continental Breakfast will be provided.   Read More

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