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Employee Motivation and Engagement: Driving Results Without Driving Your Team CrazyEmployee Motivation and Engagement: Driving Results Without Driving Your Team Crazy

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Cost: $95.00 (USD)
Credits: 3
Estimated Length: 3 hour(s)
Enrollment Valid For: 12 months


If you have ever wondered, "How do I better motivate, inspire, and engage my staff to consistently get the job done?"  This on-demand is a MUST for your management development, success, and sanity. 

This "I can use that immediately" on-demand – will help you learn how to better: • Build accountable teams that deliver stronger results. • Handle even the most challenging personalities. • Give feedback that increases performance and accountability. • Motivate and engage top performers to continue performing.


Upon completion of this course, participants will be able to:

  • Identify specific strategies to motivate and engage direct reports in such a way to generate more performance, morale, and retention 
  • Minimize the stress, frustration and the time investment associated with managing other people
  • Identify employee performance areas
  • Identify a strategy to use when operationalizing the interim deliverable principle
  • Recognize strategies for holding individuals accountable 


  • Road map for successfully implementing the strategies you found interesting during the course
  • Underperformance of direct reports 
  • Professionalism, Responsibility and Initiative 
  • Trust, Loyalty and Commitment 
  • Direct reports to engage in strategic thinking 
  • Culture of Accountability
  • Solution focus instead of problem focus
  • Employees Accountability 

Field of Study:  Communications

Level:  Intermediate

Prerequisites:  Supervisory/management experience or aspiring supervisors/managers.

Designed For:  Anyone who manages one or more direct reports; or aspiring supervisors/managers.

Instructor:  Ray Perry

Review Date:  May 31, 2015






Ray Perry

The founder and president of Skill Track, Ray Perry is a trusted adviser, speaker and coach in the areas of performance management, leadership development, and strategic planning. Leveraging more than 25 years of unique management insight and experience, he has inspired some of America’s industry-leading organizations to take action and realize the type of lasting change that unlocks greater performance, morale, and retention (PMR).

Ray consistently brings the same commitment to each client engagement – a genuine interest in helping clients to reach new performance levels, which in turn strengthens the organization’s ability to achieve the kind of bottom-line results that stakeholders expect in today’s efficiency-minded business culture.

This commitment has earned Ray a stellar record of customer satisfaction while guiding executives, managers and professionals from hundreds of organizations based in the United States, Europe, Africa, Asia, and the Middle East.

Among the clients Ray has worked with are: American Institute of Certified Public Accountants, Johns Hopkins University and Medical Institutions, Northrop Grumman, Accenture, Lowe’s, The National Academy of Sciences, Association of American Medical Colleges, Institute of Medicine, Dartmouth College, Black and Decker, IBM, American Express, Federal Express, and Disney Imagineering.

Prior to Skill Track, Ray served in a variety of management positions for more than 12 years with Nissan North America, where he helped lead numerous affiliate organizations, teams and individuals in achieving their best-ever performance levels.

A native of Rhode Island, Ray earned a BA in psychology and business administration from Roger Williams University. He is featured in the book, Leadership: Helping Others to Succeed, and is a contributing author for the book, 101 Great Ways to Enhance Your Career.

In addition to being a senior fellow at the Business Learning Institute, Ray also is a member of the National Speakers Association, the International Federation for Professional Speakers, the Society for Human Resource Management, and American Independent Writers.


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