Motivation and Employee Engagement a Research based Guide
What you’ll learn
Learn about the Research Findings on Human Motivation, with some focus on Employee motivation and engagement.
Learn about the Evolution of the various Motivational Theories over the centuries and decades.
Learn about which of these theories are supported by the Research, and which are not
Get some practical and research-based Lessons and Strategies to improve Motivation and Employee Engagement.
None at all, except basic high school knowledge and a curiosity to learn !
Motivated and Engaged Employees are everyone’s dream come true ! Happier and more productive employees, less absenteeism and turnover, better performance, better cost management, better profitability … it is almost a panacea for most, if not all, the ills, that Corporations and Institutions face !And yet, it has never been easy to figure out sustainable ways to improve the motivation and engagement levels of your Employees, Managers, and Leaders.There are some tenets of ancient wisdom, which have been practiced for centuries, but without really any long term improvement in employee motivation or engagement. We have, explicitly, or implicitly, believed that Employees are motivated by their compensation, rewards, and bonuses; the threat of a bad performance rating, or of being fired. But is that really true ? What really does motivate all of us ? As it turns out, the truth is a little more complicated than that !This Course will take you you into the depths of Motivation Theories, the research behind them, and what their findings and lessons are ! It also delves into evolution and history of Human Motivation, to provide a context to understand its complexities; and what works, and what does not, under different circumstances.You will understand, from the research and theories, the complex set of factors that do motivate all of us, and get some practical lessons and applications from them.Whether you are a Leader, or a follower, these lessons will provide valuable tips on Motivation.Enroll into this Comprehensive, Unique and Valuable Course now !Some Images and Videos courtesy Pixabay, Pexels, Pressfoto and FreePik. Some Music snippets courtesy Bensound.
Section 1: Introduction
Lecture 1 Course Introduction
Lecture 2 Course Curriculum/Structure
Lecture 3 An Introduction to me, your Instructor, and to Leadership Psychology!
Lecture 4 Let’s start with a quick Research Case Study ….
Section 2: Recent Theories and Research, on Human Motivation and Employee Engagement
Lecture 5 Let’s start with Maslow ! Part 1
Lecture 6 Maslow, Part 2
Lecture 7 Something to think about …
Lecture 8 The Self Determination Theory (SDT), Part 1
Lecture 9 The Self Determination Theory (SDT), Part 2
Lecture 10 The Self Determination Theory (SDT), Part 3
Lecture 11 The Self Determination Theory (SDT), Part 4
Lecture 12 Case Study : Practice Exercise
Lecture 13 The Importance of Acknowledgement, Part 1
Lecture 14 The Importance of Acknowledgement, Part 2
Lecture 15 The Importance of Acknowledgement, Part 3
Lecture 16 Implications, of the Extrinsic/Intrinsic Motivation Spectrum
Lecture 17 Case Study : Functional Fixedness, Creativity, and Monetary Rewards
Lecture 18 Daniel Pink and his version of the SDT
Lecture 19 Research Recap and Lessons – Recent Theories
Lecture 20 Another Case Study Practice Exercise
Section 3: Social Norms, and Emotions, as Motivators
Lecture 21 Motivators for Altruism ? A Blood Donation Study
Lecture 22 Social and Market Norms, Part 1 – A Study
Lecture 23 Social and Market Norms, Part 2
Lecture 24 Emotions as Motivators
Lecture 25 Social Emotions, and how they motivate, Part 1
Lecture 26 Social Emotions, and how they motivate, Part 2
Lecture 27 Happiness
Lecture 28 Research Recap and Lessons – Social Norms and Emotions
Lecture 29 A quick Exercise on Happiness, a Musical Video !
Section 4: Older, and Other, Theories of Motivation
Lecture 30 Early Behaviorism Theories
Lecture 31 Taylor’s Scientific Principles of Management
Lecture 32 McGregor’s Theory X and Y
Lecture 33 Herzberg’s Two-Factor Theory
Lecture 34 Lindenberg and Goal Framing, Part 1
Lecture 35 Lindenberg and Goal Framing, Part 2
Lecture 36 Research Recap and Lessons : Older and Other Theories
Section 5: Does the Market Economy Motivate ?
Lecture 37 Let’s start with a Study !
Lecture 38 Non-Monetary Ventures
Lecture 39 Quadrants of Innovation and Motivation, Part 1
Lecture 40 Quadrants of Innovation and Motivation, Part 2
Lecture 41 Quadrants of Innovation and Motivation, Part 3
Lecture 42 Quadrants of Innovation and Motivation, Part 4
Lecture 43 The Complications of Corporate Funding, Part 1
Lecture 44 The Complications of Corporate Funding, Part 2
Lecture 45 Research Recap and Lessons : Market Economies and Motivation
Section 6: History and Evolution of Human Motivational Theories and Research
Lecture 46 Human Evolution and History, Part 1
Lecture 47 Human Evolution and History, Part 2
Lecture 48 Human Evolution and History, Part 3
Section 7: Conclusion
Lecture 49 Summing Up!
Lecture 50 Credits and Gratitude !
Lecture 51 How to download your UDEMY CERTIFICATE
Leaders and Managers, as well as all other employees working in Corporates or Institutions.,Leadership and Management students, and other aspiring Leaders and Managers!,Human Resources employees and managers,Anyone and everyone who wants to learn about the science and research behind Human Motivation!
Udemy | English | 3h 36m | 6.84 GB
Created by: Sivakami S ; MBA ; Leadership Research
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