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Drive For High Performance
(former title : Drive™ - For High Performance)
Culture exists in teams and organisations.It is either created by design or present by default. Cultures that are created by design, influence the way people collaborate with each other, as they find innovative ways to improve work processes and offer impactful solutions for their customers. Leaders who truly understand what inspires their teams will be able to create a well-intended high-performance culture.
This programme brings to life the world-renowned principles,examined from 50 years of social and behavioural science, in-particular that of Edward Deci’s and Richard Ryan’s Self-Determination Theory.
This theory is the key component of understanding what inspires us to give our best efforts at work. It was popularised by Daniel H Pink in his bestselling book Drive with significant elements from world thought leaders including Carol Dweck, Teresa Amabile, Adam Grant, Gary Hamel, Simon Sinek, and Dan Ariely – all key aspects of this programme.
BUSINESS OUTCOMES :
Learn to take personal responsibility and be self-directed at work using research-based principles surrounding motivation.
Benefit from the awareness of what really inspires you and learn to use the tools to enable you to take personal responsibility.
Create a working environment that could produce meaningful results to support your organisational goals.
There will also be sharing of case studies on how others have used the self-determination theory & principles to be innovative, collaborative and accountable in delivering outcomes that matter to their teams and organisations.
LEARNING OUTCOMES :
Justify the intrinsic motivation principlesin relation to your personal experiences and value system
Actin accordance with your defined purpose in your contribution to the organisation
Adapt the mastery discipline to the workplace
Coordinate the elements of autonomy to yourjob responsibilities
Design a personal action plan to implement the drive principles back at work
Recognise that the work environment has changed
Evaluate the strengths and weaknesses of extrinsic motivation
Compare the different types of motivation and its applications in the current workplace
Recognise ways to make the workplace fun
Evaluate the characteristics of the purpose principle
Formulate a purpose statement that is aligned to their contribution at work
Develop clear goals to support mastery development
Value the laws of mastery
Adapt the four elements of autonomy to create an engaging workplace
Complete a self-directed personal action plan to be implemented back at work
(Level 3) New Managers
(Level 4) Managers
Go Ashokh Menon is a certified facilitator of Drive High Performance Workshop. Hewas part of a senior leadership team for a wealth management company in HongKong and Singapore. His responsibilities included overseeing the company’s operationsand driving new initiatives. Ashokh has over 30 years of experience in sales,marketing, training, management and entrepreneurship. He is passionate aboutsharing his ideas and practical examples that can be applied back at work. Hehas also developed and trained various programmes, facilitated workshops anddelivered talks for numerous corporations and government institutions inSingapore, Malaysia, Thailand, Brunei and Hong Kong. Ashokh has completed theKirkpatrick Four Levels™ Evaluation Certification Programme and is also certifiedas a People Centered Implementation (PCI®) Practitioner.
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