Drive: The Surprising Truth About What Motivates Us
Do you ever struggle with unmotivated employees? Micromanaging is not the solution. Daniel Pink provides insightful research on how to tap into the intrinsic motivations of others as opposed to the traditional carrot-and-stick approach to motivating people. He challenges the traditional view that rewards and punishments are the most effective ways to motivate people. Instead, the three factors of intrinsic motivations are:
1. Purpose - Getting to the "WHY" of doing anything
2. Mastery - The desire of mastering the "HOW" of doing anything
3. Autonomy - The feeling of agency when executing the WHY and HOW
By understanding these intrinsic motivators, managers and leaders can create an organizational culture that fosters engagement, creativity, and innovation, rather than relying on external rewards and penalties.
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