Incorporating motivation science into organizational business practices will help you will better attract and retain great talent.
During The Great Resignation, millions of people changed jobs seeking happiness. They joined companies full of hope for their future, only to realize something was still missing. Their shattered expectations have become known as The Great Regret.
What these employees and the organizations they joined don’t realize is that the “something” they are missing has been identified by motivational science as the three psychological needs required to thrive: choice, connection, and competency. By incorporating motivation science into your business practices, you will better attract and retain great talent, and avoid becoming your employees’ great regret.
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