Motivation of Human Potential: Theory and Practice
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This monograph is intended to present the reader with a historic overview of the scientific doctrine of different models of employee motivation, shed some light on the theoretical approaches adopted by the most renowned authors in the field and analyze topical aspects of the process of improving ways to unleash human potential through motivation. The authors acknowledge the wide range of expert opinions in this field and debate critical assessments of motivation theories that appear in academic literature as well as present their unique approach to polemic issues. In their texts the authors detail results of their many years of research and provide insights into their practical applications, which elucidate on the process of employee motivation and offer a new approach to developing human potential in this point in human history. The monograph can be of use to scientists researching employee motivation, organisation managers, interested experts and professionals as well as university students.