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This training targets and unlocks achievement motivation in individuals and creates a motive for action.
Training program
The program designer conceptualised the program with the following sections:
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1. Characteristics of high achievers.
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2. Measure achievement motivation.
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3. Understand the impact of achievement behaviour.
image Self
image Job
image Family
image Community.
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4. Identify ways to become achievement oriented.
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5. Plan life in terms of achievement
behaviour.
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6. Set concrete goals and develop action plans to achieve it.
 
This program will:
image Motivate delegates to set clear goals for themselves.
image Motivate and help the delegates to work together as a cohesive group.
image Motivate them to communicate with their colleagues to solve problems and overcome their personal stumbling blocks in the process. This communication will bring cohesiveness in teams.
image Motivate them to search for opportunities to improve their work situation as well as their lives, families and community at large. They will be ready for the challenges (stumbling blocks) that they encounter in the work situation as well as in life.
image Motivate them to become high achievers. It will make them believe in themselves as well as make them aware that they have the ability to become successful.
image Motivate them to realize success is within reach when they focus and persevere. This perseverance will build character in them, their families and the community at large.
Originally developed by Harvard psychologist David McClelland and his colleagues, it has been used in many different settings. Prof A B Boshoff (retired) (Entrepreneurship: University of Pretoria) adapted it and presented it in South Africa. Carl Muller adapted it again and has presented it since 1997.