demotivate

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demotivate

(dē-mō′tĭ-vāt)
To cause loss of incentive or motivation.
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Humiliation of staff demotivates them and can land bosses in trouble.
And that the review process often demotivates an employee's performance.
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The Tacketts' secret to success lies in hard work and commitment built around a four-part formula: put the customer first; be sure relationships are built to last; think out of the box, remembering that each buyer is an individual with unique needs; and find ways to have fun because all work and no play demotivates sales people," Weaver said.
The Government is de jure form a favorable ambience, but de facto, the country's riskiness demotivates investors.