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For example, there is a general consensus that money or cash incentives are not long-term motivators. There is even a management theory devoted to providing an insight as to what motivates an employee. And there have been arguments back and forth as to the true impact of money on employee morale.
Despite the raging arguments against the use of cash incentives as a motivator, you may have observed in your case that money is a primary motivator for the people you lead.
This may be because you live in some third world country in a continent like Africa. It may be that the poverty level in your country is so bad that a little extra coins from management to employees may be the motivator to deliver 20% more.
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