Business Studies Journal (Print ISSN: 1944-656X; Online ISSN: 1944-6578)


Leadership and Motivation: Short Communication

Author(s): Monika Khatwani, Anuj Kumar

Motivation directs one's behavior towards any personal and professional goals. Intrinsic motivation is developed internally, personally with factors such as needs, interests, and curiosity. Extrinsic motivation is developed externally by factors such as rewards and punishments. Leaders are people who influence a group of people under them. As it is important for them to motivate others, it is simultaneously important for them to be motivated themselves. Leadership and motivation share good dynamics in terms of achieving tasks and perform better. Goal Framing activities, when are linked to an individual's motivation, whether is it intrinsic or extrinsic; depending on the individual to individual not only results in achieving goals but also create more leaders and a positive environment?
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