Finding Your Motivational Triggers

Retain talent, build an engaged and empowered team that achieves results using the six core human needs.

When we understand that our people are humans first,
and employees second, it will change the way you lead.

What are the six core human needs?

During this workshop, you’ll gain the skills and insights necessary to create an environment where these needs can be met – for yourself and your people.

Outstanding leaders know how to make people feel valued and appreciated – that’s how they achieve consistently exceptional performance, retain talent, and build an engaged and empowered workforce.

When the six human needs are met at a high level, you experience incredible happiness, joy, and fulfilment. On the other hand, when these needs are not met satisfactorily, you tend to feel unfulfilled and dissatisfied.

This interactive workshop is designed to shift your mindset and give you new strategies to improve retention and increase the motivation and performance of your team.

In this interactive workshop, you will discover:

  • A new way of leading that will increase team engagement, retention, and results
  • How to create an environment that leads to a connected and aligned team
  • Gain a deeper understanding of what motivates you to do your best work and live your best life

In-person workshop – Melbourne

Date: Tuesday 31st October, 2023
Time: 9 am-12 pm
Venue: United Co, 425 Smith Street, Fitzroy Vic

Early-bird Price: $225 +GST  (one ticket)
Early-bird Price: $395 +GST  (two tickets)
Book before 31st August
Standard ticket:
$275 + GST

Finding your motivational triggers workshop has given me more insight into the areas I need to develop personally. The workshop was thoroughly engaging and enjoyable. I always walk away from Alisons’ training session with so much to think about, and I always learn things I can implement and take action on easily. Thanks for another great session, Alison. Your insights, passion and wealth of knowledge are inspiring.

Maria Silverii, Learning & Development Manager
Connections Group

Alison Crabb