intrinsic reward

Definition

The personal satisfaction a person derives from a sense of self-accomplishment related to personal or business goals. Psychologists have found that intrinsic rewards can be more powerful motivators than an external reward system such as an employee bonus program. For example, employees who are given more opportunities to meet new challenges or learn new things tend to be self-motivated versus those that rely upon feedback or direction from their employers.
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intrastate offering intrinsic value