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Hong Sun, Management Consultant, Canada
List of Intrinsic Motivators
Intrinsic motivation (the wish to carry out an activity for the sake of the activity itself, and not in the hope of obtaining some form of external reward) addresses innate human desires, and promotes creativity and innovation in an organization, which can lead to sustainable prosperity of the business. By taking care of innate human desires, managers can provide their employees (or team members) with the following intrinsic motivators:
  1. Make them feel competent (give them work that’s challenging but still within their grasp);
  2. Let them feel accepted (compliment on their achievements);
  3. Address their curiosity (provide something new for them to investigate);
  4. Satisfy their honor (allow teams to make their own rules);
  5. Infuse the business with idealism (provide a higher purpose beyond profit);
  6. Foster their independence (give them proper level of autonomy);
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  Graham Williams, Management Consultant, South Africa
 

List of Intrinsic Motivators

Love this topic! Thank you for introducing it. So (...)

  Hong Sun, Management Consultant, Canada
 

Nice Addition

Mr. Williams, you made a good addition to the list (...)

  Jaap de Jonge, Editor, Netherlands
 

12 Intrinsic Motivators

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  Cecilia Calderon Kohler, Accountant, Chile
 

Motivadores Intrínsecos

I think that innate leaders carry in their DNA the (...)

  charity makwara, Student (University)
 

Little Motivation in Africa

Nowadays or from my personal experience motivation (...)

  Graham Williams, Management Consultant, South Africa
 

Motivation in Africa

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  Jaap de Jonge, Editor, Netherlands
 

Little Intrinsic Motivation in Africa

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  charity makwara, Student (University)
 

Lack of Motivation is Quite Universal

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