Intrinsic motivation

Intrinsic motivation,

Definition of Intrinsic motivation:

  1. Stimulation that drives an individual to adopt or change a behavior for his or her own internal satisfaction or fulfillment. Intrinsic motivation is usually self-applied, and springs from a direct relationship between the individual and the situation. It is very important factor in the design of a learning or training course.

How to use Intrinsic motivation in a sentence?

  1. My friend was a risk taker and it lead me to think that he had some intrinsic motivation to see how far he could go.
  2. I think we can save money this year, because the psychology consultant said we should just rely on our employees� intrinsic motivation to perform at a high level, instead of giving them bonuses.
  3. Chris is a great employee; one of the best things about him is his intrinsic motivation to build top quality software.

Meaning of Intrinsic motivation & Intrinsic motivation Definition