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Motivating a remote workforce

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Online workshop for voluntary and community groups in Wiltshire and Swindon

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The theory goes that a more motivated workforce produces better results. But with one of the impacts of the Covid-19 pandemic being that many organisations moved to remote working, how do leaders and managers motivate their teams when they are not in the same building and can only see them on a computer screen?

In this workshop we will help you to motivate your remote workforce in a positive way by considering:

  • What really motivates your team
  • How to apply theories of motivation in the virtual world
  • Why, and how, your own self-awareness impacts your teams’ motivation
  • The link between motivation and your organisation’s results

The trainer for this course is Mark Sansome of Red Penguin Limited. Mark is a speaker, trainer and facilitator with a 25 year background of designing and delivering workshops, presentations and Away Days. Mark has delivered a number of training courses on behalf of not-for-profit organisations in recent years and has spoken at a several events on the benefits of employee volunteering.

Previously, we hosted our Funder+ sessions in our Devizes office, this session will be held online via Zoom.

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Organiser Wiltshire Community Foundation

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Wiltshire Community Foundation is an independent and largest grant giving charity in Wiltshire and Swindon. We exist to tackle disadvantage and strengthen local communities by inspiring philanthropy and supporting the voluntary sector. Our mission is to maximise the impact of charitable activity by connecting people, information and resources.

Each year we award over £1million through hundreds of grants to enable more local people to thrive. Our grants to grassroots voluntary and community groups ensure funding is targeted where it is needed most, tackling the most pressing local issues and building stronger communities. Through our individual grants programme we give grants to young people to help improve their development, education and future employment.

We also provide a range of events, training workshops and advice sessions for the voluntary and community sector helping to build skills, capacity, knowledge and networks.


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