Posted by Donna M. Gray on 4/3/2018
O.A. Battista, a Canadian-American chemist and author, said, “People are always motivated by at least two reasons; the one they tell you about, and a secret one.”
Charles M Schwab, the first president of U.S. Steel Corp., said, “I have yet to find a man, however exalted his station, who did not do better work and put forth greater effort under a spirit of approval than under a spirit of criticism.”
While it’s a proven fact that high levels of motivation lead to more effective, efficient, and productive workers, owners and managers sometimes find themselves struggling to find ways to keep the motivational levels needed to reach business goals.