Rebuilding Employee Morale and Productivity Virtual Workshop


Morale is one of the most important factors in creating a highly motivated, efficient and productive workplace. No matter how great your process might be, it is unlikely that your team will make progress if morale and confidence is low.

After the long circuit breaker of COVID-19, we are now facing increasingly job losses due to:

• Many financial unsustainable companies have closed down;
• Company restructuring become a norm because of loss of major contracts or clients;
• Weak leadership and poor communication;

This created a negative impact on the overall effectiveness and efficiency of the workforce. Many employees are worried about losing their jobs. Although people continue to work diligently while morale is low – excitement and enthusiasm have decreased while conflicts escalated. The overall energy visibly reduced which in turn, affecting the quality, innovation and productivity of the company.

Course Details: 


Poor morale leads to loss of good employees, decreased productivity and a negative work environment. The lower the morale level sinks, the more devastating its effects are. This training program will enlighten you on:

What are the indicators of Poor Employee Morale

• Identify why morale is low and come up with ways to change the situation

• Applying the right strategies to reconstruct morale at both team and organizational level

• What are the relationship between morale and productivity

• Identify the scales to measure employee’s morale


• Tackling your own outlook and attitude first

- Start by being positive – there are always 2 sides of a coin
- List down what bothering you and brainstorm innovative ways to change the situation
- Take immediate action to change your mind set to focus only on positive goals / results


• Indicators of High & Poor Employee Morale

- What are the signs of High Employee Morale & indicators of Poor Employee Morale?
- What causes low employee morale at the workplace?


• Strategies to help to reconstruct Morale both at team and company levels

- 6 ways to rebuild staff morale following a crisis
- 10 Effective Ways to Boost Employee Morale in 2020
- 9 Easy Ways to Show Your Employees You Value Them


• Relationship between morale and productivity

- Is there 100% correlation between morale and productivity?
- What makes

    • high productivity-high morale;
    • low productivity-high morale;
    • high productivity low morale and
    • low productivity-low morale?

- What other main factors affect morale that result in low-productivity?
- What are some scales we can use to measure employee's morale?

Who should attend

• For HR Managers, HR Executives, Team Leaders and Managers.


Michael Giam

Michael Giam is an international business professional with decades of senior management experience working in highly complex and cross-cultural business environments. Michael’s international breadth of experience spans both in public institutions and private corporations focusing mainly on business fundamentals and human capital to establish clear and achievable strategic business goals.

From a Senior HR Business Partner to Senior Vice President, Michael has worked for several MNCs including CWT Distribution Limited (Singapore), International Data Corporation (USA), the Millennium & Copthorne International Hotels Group (Singapore), Marriott International (in China) and Melco China Resorts (Holding) Limited (Macau). In his tenure at CWT, Michael was appointed by the CEO as the Management Representative to lead in corporate culture development and change. He has developed, implemented and coached several action programs that were necessary for the development of a learning culture within the organization and beyond. 

Michael received his MBA from an Australian University and holds an Advanced Certificate in Training and Assessment (Facilitated Learning). He is a registered Practicing Management Consultant (PMC), a recognized SkillsFuture Mentor for SMEs in Singapore and also a Certified Senior Professional with IHRP Singapore.

Administrative Details:

Scheduled Dates

•  Date to be advised  (New!)

Duration / Venue

• 3 hours

• 9 am to 12 noon

• Virtual training room


Participants will receive a Certificate of Attendance at the end of the course.


• S$ 250 for Community

• S$ 280 for Non-Subscribers


• 10.15 to 10.30 am

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