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Motivational Conversation is a skill that managers must use to move their people along a well-intended path toward improvement. Motivation Conversation is a powerful tool that is to be used for the benefit of the team, team member, and the organization. The following concepts and questions will be addressed in the webinar:
- How is “Asking” a better approach than “Telling” when trying to improve your team?
- Understanding the use of intentional questions to move your people along a path of improvement.
- How do team and individual motives affect team performance?
- Identify the listening skills needed to build team relationships.
- Using questions to set expectations for the team and its members.
The webinar will help implement the use of the Motivational Conversation process to move your team along a beneficial path of improvement. The skills learned in this course are great for your team and the organization. Learn how to have conversations that motivate your people.
Other Webinars with this Speaker:
- Jan 27: Motivational Conversations for Supervisors (this webinar)
- March 16: Motivational Conversations for Investigators
- May 6: Motivational Conversations for Community Building
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