Communicate Successfully to Motivate Effectively
An examination of prevailing thought in the literature about the connection between communication and motivation posed a daunting prospect as these authors set out to uncover some common elements shared by communication and motivation as separate constructs. An initial hypothesis that successful communication was a necessary ingredient to motivate effectively in a business setting became a common theme, and drove the basis of the study. The aim of this chapter was to provide the reader with substantial information about communication and motivation whereby he or she could establish relationships between these constructs and among other constructs, based on findings. The authors took a pragmatic approach to the curious topic and remained intellectually open to any findings as a set intellectual philosophy was absent.
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