Full course description
Time: 2 hour, 13 minutes
Credits: 2.5 Learning CEs, which can also be used for supervision
Presenter: Janis Allen, B.A.
Course Description: Helps supervisors (new or experienced) learn tools to engage employees in projects with measurable outcomes and results. Discusses the additional benefit of the extra interest and initiative employees will exert when they own the project and invest in its success and the employees’ pride and satisfaction of measurable achievement, created by the supervisor’s positive reinforcement, which increases the rate of productive behaviors and talk.
- Describe employee engagement and motivation.
- List the five steps to engage and motivate employees.
- Identify ways to motivate employees to give discretionary effort, not just enough to get by.
- Analyze the consequences that reinforce undesired behaviors.
- Analyze the consequences that punish or extinguish desired behaviors.
- Identify ways to prevent burnout.
- Identify eight ways to make positive reinforcement effective.
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- Courses less than $100: $25
- Courses greater than $100, but less than $300: $50
Important note: If you are taking this course to maintain your BACB certification, you will need to write your certification number on your certificate of completion, as the BACB requires that your certificate of completion includes your certification number.
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