Motivation and perception are two psychological factors influencing human decision-making and behavior. Since they are at the root of human choices and behavior, there is great personal and social importance attached to understanding them. Also, since motivation and perception are psychological factors, they are complex in nature, and explanations for them have been developed by numerous schools of thought. Even so, there are uniform characteristics identified through each approach, making a basic discussion profitable.
Motivation is influenced by inherent need and is defined as the desire to achieve a specific goal through goal-directed behavior. In a business setting, managers are successful when they have motivation to meet...
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