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Above or Beyond Standards
If the objective is mainly to raise awareness, then a seminar of two (2) hours and with no limits on a number of participants is quite sufficient. If on the other hand, the objective is to change behaviour we recommend less material, presented over a longer period, with more exercises and group size not exceeding 15 persons.
More than 50% of our population emerge from six (6) years of primary education functionally illiterate. At the end of secondary education, a similar proportion fails most of the subjects taken at the CXC level. It is against this background that we caution managers NOT to expect that one seminar session can by itself result in significant changes in the attitude and behaviour of their staff.
What then is the role of a motivational seminar?
A Motivational Seminar serves to raise the level of the staff’s awareness with respect to the issue in focus.
The final end product is dependent on what measures management institutes within the window of opportunity created by this increased awareness. This is what results in meaningful attitudinal and behavioural changes.