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Research Findings on What Motivates (and Demotivates) Lawyers
I’ve asked more than a thousand lawyers over the last ten years what motivates them at work. To what extent is it a high salary? Or is it status, congeniality, security, achievement, recognition, autonomy, responsibility? The results are somewhat consistent … Continue reading
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How to Motivate Your Team Members?
We tend to think that our work colleagues are similar to us – that what motivates and demotivates us, is the same for our colleagues. If we do think that, I’m afraid we are seriously misguided! I’ve asked hundreds of … Continue reading
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