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Motivation in a Hybrid Work Environment

Cultivating a Positive Working Experience in the Office or at Home

In this 2-week course, positive psychology practitioner, Jana Dawson explores motivation in the work environment, whether that’s remote or in the office. The concept of hybrid work environments is new, so how do we create routines and strategies to keep motivation levels high? Creating an environment where individuals and teams feel supported is essential to maintain motivation, productivity, and happiness at work.

What you can achieve with this course

  • Create a positive office and remote workplace to improve productivity, job satisfaction, and overall well-being.
  • Review areas for improvement and implement changes to elevate your team’s health and happiness.
  • Learn how to facilitate conversations to create a conducive working environment for everyone.
  • Discover practical techniques and strategies to develop a space of connection and collaboration.
  • Activate your creative and collaborative strengths and reduce judgment of yourself and others.

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Jana Dawson is incredibly passionate about facilitating well-being through better awareness, relationships, and engagement, and is currently the director of academic and training development at The School of Positive Psychology (TSPP) in Singapore. She comes with a multidisciplinary background and in her spare time organizes monthly dive trips to Malaysia raising awareness for reefs and marine life.

Course Plan

Week 1 - Human Needs and Engagement
In the first week of our course we will look at what we need as human beings in order to stay intrinsically motivated and feel connected to others at work.
Week 2 - Motivation Tools and Techniques
This week, we will keep filling your toolbox with practical ways that you can increase collaboration and motivation in a hybrid work environment. We will continue to explore the four pathways to high-quality connections (HQCs) and how we can tap into our basic psychological needs for intrinsic motivation.