Mastery, membership, and meaning are all more important than money.
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Some of us have the belief the money is a key workplace motivator. Others fall on the side of work-life balance. So you might be surprised to hear that neither of these tops the list of key motivators.
According to author Rosabeth Moss Kanter, there is strong evidence to suggest that mastery, membership, and meaning are key to driving employee motivation.
Employees need to be aligned to the company’s vision and feel that the work they are doing aggregates to a higher purpose. They need to feel as though their individuality adds to the company’s community (think about the characters in your favorite TV show). And finally, they need to feel that their talents can help shape their company’s future.