Intrinsic Motivation

Individuals can be motivated by factors which are primarily internal or intrinsic and which reflect their fundamental needs for growth and aspirations to achieve their full potential. Choices made on the basis that work is satisfying to do, gives oneself more autonomy, meets a need to excel, fulfils one’s potential – these will all lead to increased job satisfaction and the ability to sustain performance under pressure and over a long period of time.

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SyCon workshops with our technology teams have been a key to both individual and team performance improvement. They are effective for both established and newly formed teams.
Dr. Bernie BulkinHead of Oil Technology CentreBritish Petroleum
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