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Drivers - Work Values and Motivations

Motivation is one of the most researched topics in the field of Organisational Psychology (Robbins & Judge, 2019). Motivation is the psychological force that starts, maintains, or stops behaviour in individuals. Consequently, it is what keeps organisations going. Motivation is not simply about working hard. We recognise that people can be motivated by different aspects of the work-life environment. It is the job of the leaders in an organisation to motivate their staff. Knowing how to motivate your employees can help ensure they put in their best effort each day and help the organisation meets its goals. Research into motivation increasingly focusses on methods that associate workplace interventions with motivational concepts.  Drivers is Podium’s measure of personal work values, drivers, and motivations. It considers the aspects of the work-life space that are more likely to motivate individuals. It focuses on the eight areas of organisational culture and work motivation identifie

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