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Motivational Questionnaire Dear Staff Member, Please fill in the following motivational questionnaire, it is totally confidential and will be used to assist the current year 10 GCSE Economics' students with their coursework. 1) How would you rate on a scale of one to ten your levels of motivation towards the goals of this organisation? ...read more.

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How important is each in motivating you to do your job? Money: (including all monetary rewards for your job role such as TLR points, pension, key worker schemes etc.) Low High 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Praise: (both formal and informal) ...read more.

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football, paintball and London Eye) Low High 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 3) What are the least effective factors affecting your motivation and why? .......................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 4) What are the most effective factors affecting your motivation and why? .......................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... When you have finished please place the questionnaire in Nathan de Garis's tray in the staff room. Thank you kindly for your assistance. ...read more.

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