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Financial Targets Don't Motivate Employees

Too often, companies try to motivate their employees by communicating financial goals and results. As important as those financial metrics are, they don't motivate people; a sense of meaning and purpose does. As the below Harvard Business Review article points out, leaders generate better financial results when they spend less time communicating financial metrics and more time sharing the impact their organizations are having on customers and the world at large.

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