## The Psychological Approach

What’s in it for me: We review Herzberg’s Theory on Motivations, the Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs and Models of Motivation.

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## Object-Oriented Theory

What’s in it for me: Learn about motivation tools used in daily tasks, The carrot or stick, the Whip and Plant techniques are discussed here.

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## Using Reinforcement Theory

What’s in it for me:  Discuss the History of the Reinforcement theory and how it applies to motivation. We look at Behavior Modification in four steps, and how to use it in the workplace.

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## Using Expectancy Theory

What’s in it for me:  Learn about expectations vs results. The Expectancy theory is explained to provide an understanding of three factors as to how to use it in the workplace.

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## Personality’s Role in Motivation

What’s in it for me:  We look at how to identify your personality type and others and what motivational factors exist.

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## Goals and Motivation

What’s in it for me:  Establishing Goals and creating motivation around achieving those goals. We look at evaluating your goals and adapting them to create motivation.

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## A Personal Toolbox

What’s in it for me:  Learn to develop the toolbox to encourage growth and development.

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## Motivation on the Job

What’s in it for me:  Learn how to build your own motivational plan, and get others to see the positive of your plan.

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## Moral Issues

What’s in it for me: Learn techniques to addressing specific morale issues, from individuals to team morale and company level demotivation.

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## Keeping Yourself Motivated

What’s in it for me: Identify personal motivators and maximize them to ensure they create results.

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