6 Sources Of Intrinsic Motivation That eLearning Pros Should Consider

| October 10, 2018

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Are you looking for ways to improve memory retention, participation and employee engagement for your corporate eLearning courses? In this article, I’ll highlight 6 valuable sources of intrinsic motivation that you can tap into to make your corporate eLearning courses more effective.Intrinsic motivation mainly deals with internal rewards. For instance, if you poll your corporate learners about what motivated them to sign up, you’ll get a variety of answers. Some will say that they joined to upskill or fulfill their potential. Others will admit that it’s all about the recognition of earning the online certification. The reason given by the first group is an example of intrinsic motivation. All eLearning pros can use this powerful source of motivation to make their corporate eLearning courses appealing and effective. Here are 6 ways to use intrinsic motivation to your corporate learners’ advantage.

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