Motivation Runs Deep

When you were a kid, what motivated you to do your chores? Did your parents dangle a carrot to make you take out the trash? Or use threats? Or were you just one of those kids who got your work done because you wanted to?

Psychologists now tell us what good parents and teachers have always known: Self-motivation is far more powerful than promised rewards or threats.

But how can you tap into team members' internal motivation to help produce better results at your meetings? For t

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