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Motivation Management: 3 Core Principles

Posted June 9, 2021 in Cutter Business Technology Journal
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 Flow psychology research reminds us that work is our best chance for a peak experience since it is the best place for us to deeply use our best skills, be challenged, and learn. But motivation is composed of many elements — short- and long-term goals, personal and contextual reasons, essential and hierarchical levels — so finding ways to boost engagement and motivation is a huge, ongoing issue with several dimensions (hence, it’s a complex adaptive system).

About The Author
Robert Ogilvie
Robert “Bobby” Ogilvie is an executive strategist and emotional intelligence coach, helping STEM professionals develop executive skills by building their cognitive velocity and business strategy acumen. His background in psychology and assessments combine with his C-level tech industry experience and ICF-certified coaching abilities to ensure measurable and predictable leadership development. Mr. Ogilvie blends strategic foresight, flow, and… Read More
Jeffrey McNally
Jeffrey J. McNally is Associate Professor in the Faculty of Management at the University of New Brunswick (UNB), Fredericton, Canada. His research interests revolve around examining the types, investments in, and outcomes of the relationships that people have with their work and/or learning organizations as exchange partners. Currently, Dr. McNally is a project lead in a global study examining the outcomes of entrepreneurship and experiential… Read More
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