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Intrinsic Motivation: A Business Imperative

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Course Credit: 0.15 CEU, 1.5 PDH

This webinar will expand on a complementary area of technical competence: the passion to use competence to achieve excellent business results.

Task motivation makes the difference between what an engineer can do and what he or she will do. The former depends on his/her levels of expertise, but it is the task motivation that determines the extent to which the person will fully engage their expertise and creative thinking skills in the service of creative performance.

Most, if not all, CEOs today would dream of having engaged employees walking the extra mile, in the belief that true excellence is not possible without a deep sense of purpose and passion for what we do.

This webinar investigates the roots of the huge amount of energy required to sustain the hard, yet highly rewarding journey toward excellence. No one organization can reach consistent high levels of excellence, unless a critical mass of its employees does.The path to excellence is personal, before being collective; it implies personal choice, and a clear commitment to approach life as a creative work, rather than as a sequel of reactive responses to external solicitations.The sources, the rewards and the outcomes of Intrinsic Motivation, as the main driver to creativity, personal mastery, engagement and extraordinary performance will be discussed, as well as the huge impact of intrinsic motivation (supported by excellent leaders) on personal and professional growth, bright career development, and outstanding business results.

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  • 1Intrinsic Motivation: A Business Imperative - Chapter 1
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Earn credits by completing this course0.15 CEU credit1.5 PDH credits


Giovanni Paccaloni