Due to innate differences in personality, the same aspects may not motivate for all at work. As per the Self-Determination Theory, there are three aspects which broadly cover for all. They are- Autonomy, Competence and Connection to others. Autonomy involves the freedom at work and such professionals thrive under bosses who allow this rather than the controlling types. Business research done suggests that business supporting autonomy have observed four times increase in productivity. Competence involves the ability to attain mastery at one’s tasks. This leads to improved engagement and subsequent enhancement in productivity. A third component is connection with others. This involves mutual contact with others based on a sense of respect. Support must also be provided to colleagues to succeed at group goals. A sense of trust needs to be forged within the team. Fun moments must be integrated alongside the seriousness of work


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