Explaining Herzberg’s Two Factor Theory

Explaining Herzberg’s Two Factor Theory

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Psychologist Frederick Herzberg (1923-2000) published Herzberg’s Two Factor Theory in 1959. He is most famous for his work in understanding what motivates people. His theory is still studied to this day.

For more motivational theories for your candidates see also Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs and read up on how to give constructive feedback.

Explaining Herzberg’s Two Factor Theory

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