We transform numbers into happy, motivated people

Motivation is the measure of a company’s emotional health. We can say there is motivation when team members are kind, can grow, participate in projects, feel useful, collaborate and turn diverging opinions into a confident and safe debate.

Motivation is the fuel that drives a person to move and reach their chosen destination; it’s the energy that spurs us toward our goals.

Motivation is a very visible measure of how you’re functioning in life. It must be nurtured so we can perform at our best.

The importance of cultivating motivation at work

Motivation is usually intrinsic in the work environment. When someone starts a new job, they generally do so feeling motivated. Over time, however, both internal and external circumstances may arise that end up demotivating that person.

The key is to discover what these demotivating factors are and help the person reconnect with that initial motivation or create new elements to keep the flame burning.

Results of training sessions aimed at work motivation

People are kinder than usual.
They are more willing to change.
They feel useful and reassured.
They are more interested in what's going on around them.
There is a greater willingness to collaborate.
There is a more exciting atmosphere.

What, how and why?

Start by listening, not assuming. If we take our team’s motivation for granted, we probably don’t understand what’s going on. And if we don’t understand what’s going on, our ability to fix things is left to chance. Emotional management is essential to reconnect with one’s initial motivation, whether to regain it or to serve as a starting point for new motivations.

If you detect the following situations at your company, then your team lacks motivation:

  • There is a general belief that you don’t go to work to make friends.
  • Employees don’t remember their co-workers’ names because they don’t usually interact
  • Employees tend to complain about any proposals made to them.
  • Employees don’t know each other and there exist small, isolated groups that don’t interact.
  • Employees don’t feel appreciated.
  • Employees don’t have a sense of belonging at the company.
  • No matter how many actions you carry out, it’s never enough.
  • The work environment survey yields unsatisfactory/negative results.

You can measure work motivation by observing a person’s posture and their general attitude towards a given proposal: Are they smiling? Are they being kind? Are they willing? Or do they look angry? Do they avoid eye contact, say they’re busy and even sigh at the proposal? In the second case, the person or team is unmotivated.

After motivational training, you’ll witness pure energy. Everyone expresses it differently but it’s clear that the team and company’s level of collaboration, commitment and, therefore, productivity and success increase significantly.

Success stories

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