Why Incentives Don’t Actually Motivate People To Do Better Work

You would think that rewarding people for being good at their jobs would make them better at them.

But social science shows that it doesn’t, for a number of reasons.

Vicki Kossoff @ The Learning Factor‘s insight:

Take a look at why money is not the ultimate motivator.

See on www.businessinsider.com.au

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