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How to Motivate Creative People (Including Yourself)

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How to Motivate Creative People (Including Yourself)
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Number of pages: 58

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An e-book for leaders, managers, directors, and other creative people. It will help you: understand how motivation affects creativity, get better work out of creative people, avoid crushing people’s motivation, use rewards effectively, understand and influence many different types of people, facilitate creative collaboration.

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