There are 26 reasons for motivation (or demotivation) in this exercise, A to Z. ¬†Participants choose their favourite six or ten and then compare.
This motivation exercise enables you to explain and to create a discussion about the theory of motivation and how to apply motivational understanding to everyday management.
The exercise develops a distinction between genuine motivators (higher order aspirations) and 'de-motivators' (those elements that cause demotivation when absent.
The exercise also emphasises the range of different motivations that drive people and especially those motivations that are typical of project teams.