Gugin Course module: Motivating and rewarding a Multicultural Team
3 Hours excluding Breaks – 1 Facilitator – 20 People maximum
Prerequisites for attending
The attendees are expected to have personal cross-cultural experiences. They are also expected to have experiences as a leader or manager where they could not solve a culturally related problem.
It is also a prerequisite that Cultural Intelligence 1 a Cultural Intelligence 2 have been completed.
After the Course
After the course the attendees will know a different and much more rewarding way of resolving culturally related conflicts.
A classroom is needed with Whiteboard and a projector where a computer can be connected
In this module you will learn how to motivate and reward a multicultural Team. We are all different and we feel motivated by different factors depending on our cultural preferences. If we want to leverage the full potential of our team we have to differentiate how we motivate and reward each individual. Factors that serve as a motivation factor for one person can easily serve as a demotivation factor for another. For instance some people feel motivated by high, perhaps unrealistic expectations, while that might very well serve as a de-motivation factor for others. Some are motivated by money, others by more intrinsic factors like appreciation, freedom, recognition, team affiliation etc.
If we are de-motivated by something it cannot be compensated by for example more money. So we have to learn how to reduce the de-motivating factors. That alone is a challenge – in a multicultural team it requires a new way of thinking. You will learn that in this course module.
- The psychology behind motivation and rewards.
- Assessing your team and its diversity with respect to multicultural motivation and reward factors.
- Creating a motivation model for your team.
- The multicultural feedback process.
The workshop will be facilitated in such a way that the participants experiences will be blended with the academic content presented by the facilitator. There will also be individual reflection exercises when each participant is developing his or her action plan for change in order to become more cultural intelligent.