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by Neel Doshi, Lindsay McGregor
"…why do your people come to work every day? If they come to work because their organization inspires the direct motives—play, purpose, and potential—they are likely performing at their best. If the culture is dominated by indirect motives—emotional pressure, economic pressure, or inertia—their p...
Direct motives ( they drive performance)
Regarding work, play is the freedom to experiment, contemplate, and continuously improve processes to achieve a larger objective.
Purpose is the second-highest motivator. People need to identify with their company’s primary objective and see how they make ...
A tactical performance goal is requiring workers to achieve a metric the organization has set to measure performance.
An adaptive goal is asking employees to test new strategies regardless of the outcome to discover the best way to reach company objectives...
They acknowledge both tactical and adaptive performance and create conditions so workers can identify whether or not they are meeting performance criteria.
They foster play by empowering their teams with adaptive goals, they set a clear vision to create a ...
The stress and anxiety from economic and emotional pressure cancel out the effects of positive motivators play, purpose and potential. We focus on attaining financial and emotional goals to get our needs satisfied, and we can’t relax and settle into productive work.
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