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課程概述

In this course, you will learn how to create a shared vision for your team and effectively communicate it to your teammates. You will also learn how to set effective goals and expectations in a way that best enables your team to attain the shared vision. Finally, you will understand the most important needs and drivers of performance across cultures, and will learn to align rewards with desired behaviors so that your teammates are motivated to attain the team’s objectives. Motivation represents a crucial challenge for contemporary organizations: A recent Gallup poll revealed that only 13% of workers worldwide exhibit high levels of engagement and motivation. We will show you why these motivation problems are not simply due to a “bad” or “unmotivated” team member. Rather, motivation is very much driven by what work conditions we create for our teammates, how we structure goals and objectives, and how we reward people for the accomplishment of those goals. This course will help you diagnose and solve motivation problems so that you can bring out the best in your people....

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KG
2021年3月23日

Excellent instructors, material is reliable and more than sufficient, overall presentation of information is well-paced, and all activities, included peer-graded assignments have learning potential.

TD
2017年6月20日

Great course, but perhaps forewarn students of the feedback assignment in week 4 a little bit earlier - it took me nearly a month to get feedback from people on my team because we are pretty busy.

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801 - 激励团队成员 的 825 個評論(共 932 個)

創建者 Joe K

2020年9月9日

cool

創建者 Sheikh M A S R

2020年8月20日

good

創建者 JAYMON P V

2020年8月12日

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創建者 Sandhya j

2020年7月23日

good

創建者 Levi J

2020年7月14日

good

創建者 ABDULLAH B K

2020年7月14日

best

創建者 Mona A A

2020年6月9日

GOOD

創建者 K S R

2020年5月15日

good

創建者 SANTHI A K

2020年5月7日

good

創建者 Tingting L

2017年12月30日

GOOD

創建者 matt w

2015年12月10日

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創建者 Dr. S D

2020年9月2日

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創建者 Sara S A

2021年3月5日

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創建者 Zaid B

2020年10月5日

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創建者 Srinidhi

2020年7月15日

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創建者 Robin Y V

2020年4月24日

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創建者 Nicolas C

2019年11月22日

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創建者 Бандалет М А

2018年3月27日

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創建者 Catalin I

2016年9月1日

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創建者 Oxana M

2016年2月15日

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創建者 Stennett D

2015年12月3日

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創建者 Ravshan I

2015年10月30日

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創建者 Олександр К

2021年1月8日

From a practical point of view, this was a very useful course. A significant amount of modern research, non-standard conclusions, which often forced to reconsider their stereotypes. Specific recommendations, absolutely ready to use. Many thanks to the authors!

A bit of a fly about the methodology of assessing the performance of practical classes by classmates: something needs to be done with the corrupt approach "Assess me well, and I will appreciate you well", because the course forums are almost completely filled with such proposals from peers. In general, the course is not so for beginners: a certain level of basic training on the topic is very desirable. Otherwise it will be difficult. I've been doing this for 20 years, but even under these conditions, if you take the lessons seriously, the course takes a lot of time every week, but it was worth it!

創建者 Clara M

2019年7月26日

The speakers are really great - you can easily follow them, the content is structured in such a way that it clearly conveys and explains the points we are supposed to learn. Tasks are highly useful in case you are an actual team-lead, since you can practice them immediately on your own team. This course has helped me to some good ideas for change in my work environment.

However, it is focussed on only one model of leadership (Michigan Model of Leadership) rather than comparing two or more. This course is clearly meant as an introduction for beginners, and in this setting I think the single model approach is fine.

Assignments are peer-graded, which always brings in a little random element. Be aware of the final assignment, which involves soliciting and reporting feedback from colleagues and hence requires some preparation time.

創建者 Ingrid G

2016年2月27日

I've enrolled in SIX mooc's over the last three years. This one has EIGHTEEN SEGMENTS in the WEEK ONE. That seemed daunting... until I did the first five. Short bursts of PURE ADRENALINE. This experience far outpaces all but one other mooc-- Creativity, Innovation & Change. I decided to take this one because a friend in my mastermind group asked if anyone else would take it with her. She is the Director of Coaching for a large soccer club in southern California. Makes sense for her. Simply BLOWS MY MIND. Well done! My only hesitation is that it will require at least 90 mins of concentration EVERY SINGLE DAY. That's more time than I bargained for. Hopefully it'll be worth it.