Do you need want to know more about what really motivates you? In this amazing talk we are going to explore the psychological processes that drives personal motivation.
In this talk you will learn;
- The understanding our personal motivational make-up in relation to our work, how we use our work to validate who we are and what we fear if we can’t.
- Motivational theory model – Core Needs
- Identification of specific personal motivators, evaluation exercise to determine the current level of satisfaction of personal motivators and action plans
The content focuses on our deep psychological motivators. These have to be satisfied constantly and drive our decision-making, behaviours and language. Success in this quest makes us feel good and the converse is also true. When we know what our motivational profile is we are better able to create strategies to tick our boxes. Most of us use work to achieve this, so picking the ‘right’ career or vocation is essential (we also seek satisfaction of our motivators within our non-work life). This, of course, also influences the goals we set and ultimately can have a direct bearing on our feelings of fulfilment and well-being.
Here is what you will take away with you after the talk;
1. An opportunity to understand personal motivators at a deeper level thus identifying the key areas of focus to help us create a fulfilling and meaningful life
2. Recognising how satisfied these are, or not, which will shed light on some of the frustrations we experience in life and how to avoid them
3. Initiate thinking and planning on how to satisfy these deep needs in order to experience a sense of personal well-being
Simon Drury B.Sc. (Hons) Psychol, B.A. (Hons) Business Psychologist, Corporate Mentor and Coach, Trainer, Speaker and nearly an author!
Simon has a wealth and diversity of experience in the field of business and personal development, designing and delivering coaching, mentoring and training interventions for corporate and private clients. He has worked in both the Private and Public Sectors.
He spent 14 years working with children with special needs before moving into the business sector to work with grown-ups! During this time he learned a massive amount about human potential and how children’s minds are programmed, in particular, how this programming sets the scene for the rest of their lives.
Over the last 23 years, working in the corporate field Simon has trained, coached and mentored vice presidents, directors, business leaders, managers and project managers in industries such as education, telecommunications, legal, banking, pharmaceutical, retail and transport. He has also worked with sales managers and their teams and business owner-managers running small to medium-sized organisations.
Using his extensive corporate experience, Simon now specialises in working with clients who are approaching a major change in their work situation such as retirement, redundancy and career transition. The key support is to help them design and create a meaningful, fulfilling and exciting ‘next chapter’.He is particularly interested in the psychology that underpins motivation, leadership and influence, and the power of language.