5 Reasons Why You Need A Motivational Speaker in Your Event

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Regardless of the organizational set up you are in, whether a company, a school, a non-governmental organization, and so on, you need to engage the services of a motivational speaker on a regular basis. You may need to vary the kind of speaking event you have at different times to avoid monotony. For instance, you can have a leadership speaker in the first event, then a personal development speaker in the consecutive event and so on. But then, why is it important to have such regular motivational speaking events?

Reasons why you need regular motivational speaking events in your organization

i) The general benefits

1. More enthusiasm, greater motivation and more commitment

A motivated person is more committed to achieving their own personal goals as well as those of the organization in which they work in. The motivation speech stir their ideas and ideals, making them more focused, and hard working towards what they set to achieve.

2. More passion

Sometimes, you will notice an increased loss of energy in your colleagues and employees at work. The same happens with students who become unmotivated to perform. In civic groups, you may also notice that memberships have become minimal. All this may be attributed to lack of passion in what they are doing. A motivational speaker may be able to rekindle this passion in them making them more productive and more focused.

3. Fun

A motivational speaking event can be great fun, and especially if it is conducted by a funny speaker. Besides motivating the audience to productivity, a motivational speaking event also inspires more fun in life. Remember, a happy person is a healthy person, which in turn means a more productive person.

4. Risk taking

Many people fear taking risks. Thus, they remain in the same set up in life, same comfort zone. This hinders progress in their own life as well as growth in the organizations they work in. To push the fear away and out, a motivational speaker will be able to articulate instances of people who took risk and ended up successes. Some speakers will even give their own life stories as an inspiration.

5. Stress reduction

A motivated person has less stress. They are more focused on the results and less focused on the failures. Without stress, a person is able to perform at their peak. They are also able to relate with others better, leading to more productivity.

ii) Specific benefits

Besides the general benefits of a motivation speech as discussed above, there are some very specific outcomes that such events have in the lives of the audience (on an individual level), as well as in the organizations or companies in which they work. Below are some of the top specific benefits.

  • Sales increase
  • More profits
  • An increased customer loyalty
  • Conversion of ordinary employees in to awesome performers
  • Less costs on staff due to increased productivity
  • Better health
  • More focus towards the organization’s goals and purpose
  • More responsibility with less supervision
  • More willingness to work and perform in a different and new way
  • Reduced resistance to changes in the organizational strategies
  • Individual goals alignment with those of the organization
  • Reduced absenteeism from work or class

In general, a motivated person will not need to be pushed to perform. They can generate their own ideas to solve existing problems. They can also easily adapt to a new way of doing things in their workplace. Above all, they will be more productive, more loyal, and more focused towards achieving set goals. If this is what you need in your organization, school or life, then book a speaker today.

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