Intrinsic And Extrinsic Motivation
(2002) stated that it can also be classified under two categories - intrinsic or extrinsic. Intrinsic motivation refers to the individual working to strive for their personal sake and satisfaction rather than for other reasons. Intrinsic motivated people are usually people different from the average human, as they are people who seek joy and fun in what they always do and are constantly challenging themselves. Whereas, extrinsic motivated individuals are people who work towards a different outcome like rewards and bonuses. Therefore, we could say that, indeed remuneration may be a motivator in today’s workplace and society, however, this might not entirely be the sole major …show more content…
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