Motivation in Leadership

This course is suitable for learners who will be working within a Public Sector, Local Government, commercial or community environment, and will fulfill a leadership role as part of their job.

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This Unit Standard is suitable for learners will be working within a Public Sector, Local Government, commercial or community environment, and will fulfill a leadership role as part of their job. This Unit Standard will also add value to public officials who are seeking to develop a career pathway towards an accomplished integrated development planner or public sector management and administration specialist.

 

The qualifying learner is capable of:

  • Explaining the concept of motivation and its importance in enhancing performance levels.
  • Explaining and apply theories of motivation in a leadership context.
  • Applying techniques to enhance self-motivation and leadership performance.
  • Applying strategies to motivating others in a leadership context.

Session 1

1
Lesson 1: Motivation
6:10
2
Lesson 2: Motivation Triggers
3:24
3
Lesson 3: Performance Levels
7:04
4
Lesson 4: The Negative Impact of Demotivation
2:22
5
Lesson 5: Measuring Motivation Levels
5:40
6
Lesson 6: Inspirational Perspective of Motivation
4:40
7
Quiz 1: The concept of motivation
10 questions

Session 2

1
Lesson 7: Abraham Maslow’s “Need Hierarchy Theory”
3:57
2
Lesson 8: Jeremy Bentham’s Approach
3:15
3
Lesson 9: The Equity Theory
1:52
4
Lesson 10: The Action Plan
3:02
5
Quiz 2: Theories of motivation
4 questions

Session 3

1
Lesson 11: Self-motivation Levels
4:22
2
Lesson 12: Motivational Issues
6:09
3
Lesson 13: Techniques to sustain self-motivation
4:24
4
Quiz 3: Techniques to enhance self-motivation
5 questions

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