Motivation Innovation: How to Inspire Peak Performance from Your Team 

Cassling Leadership Institute 

Mike Freel, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Program Director, Healthcare Administration; Bellevue University

On Demand | Expires 8/1/2023

*Approved by the ASRT for 1 Category A continuing education credit.


During this interactive workshop, participants will learn how leaders use different motivational tactics for obtaining the results they want from their employees. Performance management, feedback and monetary awards will be discussed. We’ll review what works best to motivate employees to perform, as well as why these methods bring out the hustle in teams.

Learning Objectives:

  • Review the major models of motivation
  • Discuss how models of motivation and performance management relate to real-life, on-the-job experience
  • Apply the principles of motivation to peak employee performance

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Mike Freel, Ph.D.
Associate Professor, Director - Healthcare Programs; Bellevue University

Dr. Mike Freel has almost 20 years of experience in developing leaders. He’s worked with IT security groups, hospitals, business processing firms and various other organizations to design and deliver leadership and development initiatives that target improved performance at individual and organizational levels. His expertise has led to award-winning programs that integrate organization-based strategy with learning outcomes.

Dr. Freel has served in several healthcare roles in the clinical and academic fields and currently is the program director for the Master of Healthcare Administration program at Bellevue University. Dr. Freel is a member of the American College of Healthcare Executives and serves on the Education Advisory Board for the Nebraska Hospital Association as well as the Bellevue Public Schools Foundation Board of Directors. He earned his Ph.D. in Human Resource Development from the University of Nebraska at Lincoln with a focus in leadership and organizational change. His doctoral research involved the exploration of emotional intelligence and clinical nurses.