Leadership Skills to Address the Four Categories of Demotivation

Employee motivation is key to a successful medical practice. Intrinsic and extrinsic rewards are ways to positively affect motivation, but leaders need to be aware of the four main demotivators a) task orientation, b) personal emotions, c) self-confidence, and d) values. Utilizing the leader qualities of inclusion and respecting aid leaders in discovering how these four demotivators are affecting their team members. 

Reprinted with Permission from The Journal of Medical Practice Management®, Volume 35, Number 3, pages 168-170, Copyright 2019, American Association for Physician Leadership®, 800-562-8088, www.physicianleadership.org

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