Motivating and Inspiring Teams
Identify what make a successful team and reflect on how you can build a positive work environment.
“Engaged employees have a sense of personal attachment to their work and organisation; they are motivated and able to give of their best to help it succeed – and from that flows a series of tangible benefits for organisation and individual alike” (Engage for Success). Motivating and inspiring others is an essential ingredient of engaging leadership. This practical workshop provides new insights into fulfilling the potential of teams and considers important aspects including communication, feedback and recognition. You will develop essential skills to increase productivity and engagement.
York campus or can be delivered for organisations offsite
- Duration – One-day study day
Facilitators - Rachel Martin, Subject Director for Health CPD
£95 For self-funded individuals
Health Education England funding may be available How to apply for funding
How will you benefit and what will you learn?
- Learn from leadership and motivation theories to understand what really motivates others.
- Reflect on strategies that you currently use to motivate teams and opportunities to further adapt your leadership style and attitudes accordingly.
- Identify what makes a high performing team and how to successfully integrate different team roles.
- Explore opportunities to create an environment to motivate others and build a culture of high engagement which positively influences team motivation and performance.
Course leader biographies
Rachel Martin is an experienced facilitator, lecturer and leadership coach with specialist knowledge and skills in resilience, communication and leadership. As Subject Director for Health CPD at York St John University, Rachel teaches Leadership and Health Coaching at postgraduate level.
She also facilitates bespoke programme to Health and Social Care organisations across Yorkshire and Humber and enjoys working with individuals and teams to fulfil their potential.