Stop trying to motivate me! Part II
by: Peter A Hunter
Throughout our industries, both public and private, there persists a perception that motivation is a commodity to be handed out by the manager at his own discretion.
Nobody seems to consider the effect of what would happen, if instead of finding time for motivational speeches and conferences, we spent the same amount of time and energy looking for the reasons that people become demotivated in the first place, then simply get rid of those reasons.
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