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3 Steps for defining & driving motivation in your workforce

U.S. companies spend $350 billion per year trying to increase the productivity of disengaged workers, but much of it is wasted because they’re throwing money at a problem they don’t truly understand. Engaged workers are also motivated workers; but what exactly is motivation? How do you define it? Check out the difference between optimal and suboptimal motivation, how they affect your organization’s productivity, and the three steps you can take to increase it:U.S. companies spend $350 billion per year trying to increase the productivity of disengaged workers, but much of it is wasted because they’re throwing money at a problem they don’t truly understand. Engaged workers are also motivated workers; but what exactly is motivation? How do you define it? Check out the difference between optimal and suboptimal motivation, how they affect your organization’s productivity, and the three steps you can take to increase it:

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