motivational factor

motivational factor

A term defined in the context of the two-factor (motivation-hygiene) theory as a so-called “satisfier”—e.g., achievement, advancement, responsibility—that motivates a person to work harder and more efficiently.
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She cautioned her team not to be carried away by the win but rather consider the victory as a motivational factor that could propel them to greater heights.
Timely payment for goods and services rendered acts as a motivational factor and will keep their confidence in the company intact.
Maintaining Kerry's 23-year unbeaten Championship record in Killarney was a motivational factor, Murphy admitted.
He also insists money was not a motivational factor behind joining the Bucks.
"In such cases usually, both siblings are role models to each other- which is a huge motivational factor for their growth.
Cooperation of residents particularly the role of the media remained a motivational factor, due to which the cleanliness operation remained successful.
It becomes a motivational factor when you astray from your planned budget and spending.
Moreover, students perceived outside effort cost to be the next lowest motivational factor, i.e., perceived appraisals of time and effort put forth for tasks other than enrolling in a short-term study abroad course or experience was the lowest motivational cost factor.
In this hypothesis, three motivational factor estimation, financial motivation and escape and relaxation are taken into account, all these three factors are reliable and the value lies between (0.53-0.73).
Malek Helali Doha THE scientific excellence award has been a huge motivational factor for Qatar's outstanding individuals aiming to serve their country and advance their careers in different fields, a Ministry of Education and Higher Education statement said.
LAST season's heartache of narrowly missing out on promotion with defeat in the Play-off Final at Wembley against Forest Green Rovers is proving a motivational factor for Tranmere's players.
Demographic data was collected through a semi-structured questionnaire whereas motivational factor was assessed through a self-designed proforma.