It has been said that the mark of a good leader is the ability to get people to do something they otherwise would not do and like it. This becomes more challenging when dealing with a volunteer organization. In this fun and interactive workshop, participants will learn how to: identify motivation techniques to inspire your team to peak performance; use an easy, step-by-step method for providing feedback to team members; and develop the knowledge and skills to achieve the most from workers/team members, increase productivity and creativity, all while enjoying work and the workplace. This workshop is ideal for new and seasoned supervisors, officers in Greek and other student organizations, those looking to increase productivity among their staff, and anyone looking to inject life and enthusiasm into their environment. Participants will learn how to: better understand how different behavioral styles are viewed so the team benefits rather than suffers from behavioral differences; give feedback and coach employees with weak interpersonal skills; work with team members' motivation for successful interpersonal dealings and job performance; and implement positive mentoring skills in order to assist staff to reach their potential and grow to the next level.