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Definitions of MOTIVATING FACTORS
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Reasons an entity does what is does. Human behavior drivers related to work's intrinsic nature, but not necessarily to environment or surrounding circumstances. Achievement, advancement, autonomy, personal growth, recognition, responsibility, and the work itself are all possible and likely motivation factors.
By Henry Campbell Black
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