Aim for motivation
Aim for motivation puts the internationally acknowledged method Motivational Interviewing into a leadership perspective and shows how you in a practical and uncomplicated manner can direct the conversation in order to create motivation.
Several global studies show that employees who consider themselves highly motivated are up to four times more productive than employees who do not. The level of motivation and engagement among your employees is, to a very large extent, your responsibility as a leader.
Aim for motivation provides you with a qualified answer to how to solve this motivational challenge in practice. The book introduces Motivational Interviewing and puts it into a new context of management and leadership and, thus, showing you as a leader how you can create motivation for your employees and for yourself.
Aim for motivation is primarily for leaders, but consultants, employees and others who are looking for practical tools to create motivation on their job will also find this book useful.
Dansk Psykologisk Forlag.
The book is only available in Danish.
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