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Day: July 28, 2019

A New Study Finds That 26% Of Employees Are Motivated But Dislike Their Company – Forbes

A New Study Finds That 26% Of Employees Are Motivated But Dislike Their Company – Forbes

Motivation
GettyYou’ve undoubtedly seen the reports that around two-thirds of employees are disengaged. But those reports are generally flawed because they don’t account for an employee’s motivation.A new study, called Disengaged Employees Are More Motivated Than You Think, has discovered that 26% of employees are Motivated But Unhappy. These are people who dislike their company but are still motivated to give 100% effort at work.I’m sure you know people who dislike their company but still show up and work incredibly hard and deliver great productivity. Those are the people that we call Motivated But Unhappy and they comprise a shocking 26% of the workforce!My firm, Leadership IQ, analyzed 31,664 employees using 2 distinct engagement survey questions:I am motivated to give 100% effo
4 Pictures That Explain Motivation and Confidence – Psychology Today

4 Pictures That Explain Motivation and Confidence – Psychology Today

Motivation
Gapingvoid is a Culture Design company that uses the science of Semiotics to shape shared identity, culture, values, and purpose within organizations and groups. I recently had them make some Semiotic "artwork" to portray some of the fascinating and often misunderstood science of motivation, confidence, and decision making. Here's how it works: Motivation Source: Gapingvoid Action Precedes Motivation “You’re more likely to act yourself into feeling, than feeling yourself into action.”  — Jerome Bruner, Harvard psychologist Motivation and momentum are two highly connected concepts. You cannot have either of these without first acting in a goal-directed way. You can’t wait until you feel inspired to act. Motivation doesn’t just happen,