may, 2020

27 - 28maywed

Webinar: Recognizing Motivation (2-part series)2:00 pm - 3:30 pm (28)

Event Details

Person-Centered Motivation

NOTE: This program is comprised of two back-to-back Zoom Webinars.

Session A: Wednesday, May 27th – 2 pm to 3:30 pm
Session B: Thursday, May 28th – 2 pm to 3:30 pm

Learn how to motivate different types of employees and ignite workplace enthusiasm, motivation, and engagement.

Create a “person-centered” relationship with your employees that will help create a positive workplace environment where employees demonstrate emotional traits like empathy, enthusiasm, motivation, and resilience.

Learning Objectives

Learn how to motivate different types of employees

Explore how to create a person-centered relationship

Learn the difference between communication and connection

Learn about the three different types of organizational employee


About Our Facilitator

E. Jake Gamble is the owner of Leadership Support Services, LL., specializing in executive coaching, leadership and performance management, staff development, keynote and conference speaking. Mr. Gamble has taught business courses at the university level for twenty years. He is currently an adjunct business professor for Purdue Fort Wayne (PFW) and Indiana Tech. He is also heavily involved with PFW’s Division of Corporate Training and Leadership Development Certificate Program as a lead trainer. In addition to his corporate work, Mr. Gamble has also provided leadership training and development to staff/faculty at Indiana Tech, Indiana Wesleyan, Ball State University, and Ivy Tech Community College. He has a Master’s of Science in Management from Indiana Wesleyan University and a Professional Credential in Executive Coaching from The (John) Townsend Institute of Leadership and Counseling. In his spare time, Jake enjoys playing the blues and spending time with his two-year old French Bulldog, Frankie.

Time

27 (wednesday) 2:00 pm - 28 (thursday) 3:30 pm

Tuition

Free