Workshop Title
The learner is expected to have the motivational capacity to activate others

Step by step instructions for the preparation and implementation of the workshop

Step 1: Start with a brief introduction to motivation and fundamental motivational theories (PPT).

Step 2: Pass out to participants the exercise Worksheet (Attachment 0.2).

Step 3: Let the students to present their answers.

Step 4: Have a group discussion about different theories of motivation.

Step 1: Explain the different motivation techniques (PPT).

Step 2: Divide the learners into groups.

Step 3: Ask students to consider a common motivational problem to solve or assign a problem for the purpose of this exercise.

Step 4: After 30 minutes, each group can present their approach to improving motivation or solving the motivational problem.

Step 5: Close with a discussion.

Step 1: Make a brief presentation on approaches to identifying motivation problems (PPT).

Step 2: Divide the learners into groups.

Step 3: Direct the learners to draw a mental image of an employee they know who is not performing adequately. With their knowledge of the facts available, ask them to select an intersection point in the Performance Analysis Matrix (Attachment 0.3) that best portrays their answers to the two questions on the vertical and horizontal axes dealing with knowledge and attitude.

Step 4: After 30 minutes, ask each group to present their analysis.

Step 5: Discuss answers and then explain how such analysis might provide clues to the four different solutions.