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Motivation for Superior Performance


Two Day Workshop


Successfully motivating others is the fuel that helps drive a business forward and is critical to the success of any organization. This course introduces the principles and factors that will enable you to develop your understanding and skill in creating an environment that promotes motivation by stimulating employee enthusiasm, gaining commitment, focusing people on a successful path and providing effective feedback.

What You Will Learn

At the completion of this course students will be able to:

  • Define motivation in relevant terms
  • Distinguish between management and leadership
  • Determine how to evaluate performance effectively
  • Lead with confidence
  • Inspire others to achieve their potential within the work environment and beyond

What to Expect

This is an interactive course, which includes lectures, group exercises and discussion.

Please come to this course prepared to share your experiences, opinions and perspectives with the class.

There are no prerequisites required. Please come prepared to share your experiences, opinions and perspectives with the class.


"Andrew was an excellent instructor. His real world examples really help to bring home the points that were being taught."

Registration Options

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LEAD6205 - 010 Apr 25 - Apr 26, 2016 Wait List

Day Date Time Location
Mon, Tue   Apr 25 to Apr 26, 2016 9:00AM to 4:00PM Downtown Campus, Citi Plaza, 125

Course Materials

Materials and handouts will be provided in class.

Attendance Requirements

To complete this course, active participation is required and participants must attend 100% of this course.

Western Employees

This course is pre-approved for Reimbursed tuition for eligible Western employees.

Andrew Murray

Course Fee $460.00 ?
Corporate Course Fee $414.00 ?

Potential Discount(s): Citi Plaza , Tech Alliance , Western Alumni , Pillar , Amway