Research shows that the two most common complaints in organisations worldwide are ‘nobody ever tells us’ and ‘nobody ever asks us’. The best of motives consists of two programmes which tackle each of these issues.
In No one ever tells us, a manager believes that his staff are idle and need constant chasing. However, he is failing to put their roles into context and it is not until he receives the same treatment from his fitness instructor that he realises that he needs to adopt a more motivational approach. This means keeping people informed, knowing how to measure performance, and offering praise and encouragement.
Targeted at individuals with responsibilities for a team, this engaging drama uses realistic workplace scenarios that anyone can relate to.