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Vishal

What about the employee? Your presentation talks about how the employer/manager can (or rather, should) utilize intrinsic motivations in addition to the extrinsic motivations to enable a satisfying relationship and build loyalty with his employees. But the employee-employer relationship is an exchange - time and skills in exchange for a compensation. What kind of intrinsic motivations should the employee utilize to create a positive image and prove herself to be worthy of what she's earning? (Or, prove that she deserves more!) The extrinsic motivations are obviously time (that she spends on work) and the quality of work. I can't think of any intrinsic motivations...

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