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Bringing Out the Best in People

Motivating Behavior

Learn how to apply the astonishing power of positive reinforcement.

Managing employee performance can be the single most difficult thing to do without a clear understanding of behavior. ADI’s Bringing Out the Best in People training introduces participants to the science of behavior and helps them understand how to create a work environment that motivates people every day.

ADI can deliver this workshop in two half-day online sessions or in a single day at your location. This working session introduces ADI’s proven behavioral technology while providing real-time human-performance tools and building skill in their application.

Most managers and supervisors face the same question, “How do I get people to give their best efforts in their jobs and to the organization?” Managing employee performance is the single most difficult thing to do when you don't understand behavior. Business is behavior; every action, every decision, every change is the result of what employees say and do. Understanding behavior at an individual level is the key to success. No organization can produce results without human behavior. This workshop will enable you to understand why people do what they do and to create an environment that focus and motivate their performance.

What You Will Learn

At the completion of this workshop, participants can expect to have:

  • Knowledge to permanently improve leadership skills
  • The ability to optimize performance through analyzing and addressing the causes of performance issues
  • Tools to create an environment of collaboration and innovation to drive business results
  • A process to promote discretionary effort through the use of behavior science



Participants in the Bringing Out the Best In People workshop can earn SHRM PDCs toward their recertification.



Bringing Out the Best in People is not a trainer certification course and is available to qualified individuals only. Training and consulting firms, independent consultants, external executive coaches, and other external organizational development service providers may not attend.