Join us when Brian Remer, author of "Say it Quick!" and Leader of the Firefly Group presents
Stealth Engagement: The Hidden Motivators that Drive Performance
Engaged employees perform better than those who don’t care or those who try to slide under the radar. But how can you redirect the coasters to join the high performers? Today’s employees are not moved by threats and they respond to more than money. Perhaps you should enlist a few stealth engagement tactics.
It’s time to take advantage of intrinsic motivators – the internal needs that drive performance. But that can be tough because they remain hidden within each individual. In this session, you’ll discover what these needs are as well as how to increase engagement and improve performance at no cost. By making just a few changes in management and training, you can have a huge impact on engagement and organizational performance.
Discover the four hidden motivators that drive employees and revise your strategy for improving performance through motivation and engagement.Plus, study examples from politics, popular culture, and world affairs that demonstrate the broad effects intrinsic motivators can have on maintaining systems or creating change in society.
1. Identify four intrinsic needs that engage today’s employees
2. Describe how to improve performance by meeting those needs
3. Relate the concepts of intrinsic motivation to situations beyond performance improvement
About the Presenter
Brian Remer leads the Firefly Group. Brian is a designer of interactive strategies for training, facilitation, and performance improvement. He blends information, discussion, games, and participant input to insure involvement and commitment from everyone. With a B.A. in psychology and an M.A. in Intercultural Management, he has worked with businesses and organizations in Egypt, Zaire, Ecuador, and throughout the United States. For over ten years he has consulted with organizations affiliated with the state of New Hampshire. Brian is a member of the International Society for Performance Improvement and has served on the Board of Directors and as chairman and president of the North American Simulation and Gaming Association. He is noted for his ability to create a low pressure, high impact learning environment.