Special offerCourseCommunication and motivation in management – part I

  • I build a high level of trust in myself and the company

  • I efficiently resolve conflicts in the team

  • I am a support and an authority for people

  • I inspire long-term motivation in employees

85% of financial success depends on personality and ability to communicate, negotiate and lead. Shockingly, only 15% depends on technical knowledge.

Carnegie Institiute of Technology

Training description

In times of “Great Resignation”, “Quiet quitting”, growing rotation of employees and new generations on the market, when more and more people feel less and less engaged in work, lose the sense of why they do their work, it is much more difficult for managers to motivate employees in the long term perspective. Therefore, both the managers themselves and their superiors are looking for solutions that are:

  • building long-term commitment and motivation in the team;
  • making people know why they work in the company and identify with it;
  • connecting employees with the company at the level of values;
  • making people want to work with managers and for them a given company for years.

Highly qualified Managers are a great advantage of the company over the competition. They bear the greatest responsibility for achieving the strategic goals of the organization and solving any problems that uncertain times bring with them. Therefore, by investing in good managerial training, you invest in the profit of your company.

Top Manager is a person who:

  • has a clear vision of where he is leading his team;
  • is aware of its internal processes;
  • controls emotions very well;
  • knows the personal values, goals and motivational mechanisms of his employees and is able to efficiently combine them with the overarching goal and values ​​of his organization;
  • he is a confident person who communicates well, wants the “impossible” and can convince others that the impossible is possible;
  • he is a model for people, a model of his role, which inspires others.

“Communication and motivation in management” is focused on the development of soft skills, based on broadly defined, multi-context communication, desirable in every manager, regardless of the level of management. The training also develops the leadership skills necessary to effectively develop teams and achieve above-average results.

For whom?

The course is designed for managers who:

  • need to expand soft skills based on multi-context communication;
  • need communication tools for different generations, including e.g. Generation Z;
  • develop personal and social competences (how to deal with yourself and how to deal with others);
  • want to learn leadership skills, including long-term team motivation, necessary to effectively develop teams and achieve above-average results.

For all managers who want to find themselves better in every business situation and “seize” them for their own success.

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6 modules | 12 days

10 800 PLN

1 800 zł x 6 modules (2 days)


Infinity Power International,
al. Jerozolimskie 99 lok. 8
02-001 Warszawa


Start 17.04.2023 r., Warsawa

Framework course program

  • Developing the role of Top Manager as expressing the vision and mission of the company’s values ​​in relations with clients, team, superiors – What is, for example value responsibility for me and how does my team understand it?
  • Building consistency and an attitude of identification with the Vision, Mission, Values ​​of the company – “The company is me; I’m the company.” – How to realize my career and the career of my people in the company we are in?
  • Building awareness of duties and roles in relations within the company and in relations with clients. – With whom and for whom do people want to work? How to become a good boss for people?

  • Increasing awareness of what values ​​are and how they influence our decisions. – How, for example, do I understand and implement reliability, and how does my team? How to share goals based on values?
  • Identifying personal values ​​in your professional field. – Why, why and with what purpose do I get up every morning for this job?
  • Values ​​as the strongest human motivation. – Is what I choose what is really important to me? Let’s check.
  • The ability to work with your own emotions and build an attitude of confidence in action. – What are emotions, why do some people react calmly in the same situations and others do not? Can we choose our emotions?

  • Building communication skills through goals and results. – If I know what and why and I have motivation, then how to pass it on to others to “infect them with energy to act”.
  • How to communicate well in the visual, auditory and kinesthetic systems to reach all recipients accurately? – That is, why dreamers look at the sky, and meeting participants at the floor, and how to translate this knowledge into management.
  • Conflict resolution through different perception positions. – “Put yourself in my place” an exercise through which I can actually do it, applicable not only in management.
  • Giving feedback. – That is, how to speak so as not to trigger a sense of guilt, shame or regret in people. You recognize a good manager by how he communicates difficult information.

  • How to recognize and understand your own mechanisms of action and behavior? – So, for example, what do I do when I get “nerfed” and what do I say to myself just before that? What to say to yourself otherwise, to say what you need to say, not what the reptilian brain tells you.
  • Efficient use of the mechanisms governing the processes taking place in human minds. – Do they understand what I’m saying to them? What do they hear when I say “you have to do x” and does anyone feel responsible then?
  • How easy it is to stop thinking that everyone functions the way we do, to not only manage ourselves in time.
  • Where and how to get information about how people motivate themselves and make decisions. – Learning through exercises that train efficient and logical thinking not only with deadlines.

  • What are personal goal strategies? – So, how is it that I always write reports on time, but never have time to learn how to present them?
  • Discovery of a personal strategy of accomplished goals. – If I make small successes, I can do big ones, you just have to repeat the same scenario on a large scale, what kind of scenario is it? We will find out during this module.
  • Self-modeling strategy. – How to use who I was, who I am, to who I want to become?
  • Unconscious mechanisms and patterns of human behavior. – What, how and when makes my employees drink coffee instead of working? What, how and when makes them work instead of gossip?

  • Workshops – delegating tasks. – When it comes to “have to”, Ms.
  • Communicating goals and results that bring teams together. – Whether left or right, cycling or running, SMART or maybe SPRINT what to say so that everyone knows what to do and when.
  • Giving feedback, also negative. – Not an easy art of keeping people out of depression, or which words “hurt” and which ones motivate?
  • Writing emails. – Not every word has as much meaning as the structure in which it is contained. Writing is an art, for a reason, and we’ll all learn it.
  • Engaging the team, i.e. inducing long-term, internal motivation. – So, what to do to make people “want to want to” work?


Anna Modrzewska

cross-cultural psychologist, trainer and coach

Cross-cultural psychologist, business trainer, coach at Infinity Power International, a specialist in brand management through vision, mission and values. A graduate of the SWPS University of Humanities in Warsaw and Stanford Graduate School of Business. She built her knowledge and several years of experience in management in cooperation with managers in Poland and abroad, and during her research conducted in China. She conducts training and managerial coaching for corporations and small and medium-sized enterprises, as well as open training in the field of Neurolinguistic Programming at the Infinity Power International Success Academy.

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