Practical Application: Motivational Theories & Strategies Infographic

Instructor: Natalie Boyd

Natalie is a teacher and holds an MA in English Education and is in progress on her PhD in psychology.

Motivation is a key driver for employee achievement. But what drives motivation and what can managers do to increase motivation in team members? This infographic will take you through theories and strategies for motivating teams.

Motivation Theories & Strategies

How do managers motivate their teams? What types of motivation work best for workers?

These questions can be answered by looking at various theories of motivation. There are many lessons that explain motivational theories and strategies in detail. A few that you might want to check out include:

This infographic includes a brief overview of motivational theories, including the difference in extrinsic and intrinsic motivation, and strategies associated with workplace motivation.


Applying Concepts

Now that you have the information about the different types and theories of motivation, think about how to apply it to your life. Consider the following questions:

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