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William M. Pride + 2 others
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Chapter 6, Problem 6DQ
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Why are leadership and motivation necessary in a business in which people are paid for their work?

Summary Introduction

To determine: The reasons on leadership and motivation required in a business in which people are paid for their work.

Introduction: Leadership is a procedure by which an official can direct, guide and impact the conduct and work of others towards achievement of particular objectives in a given circumstance.

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The reasons on leadership and motivation required in a business in which people are paid for their work are as follows:

Leading is the way toward affecting individuals to work for a shared objective. Motivating is the way toward giving enthusiasm to individuals to work to the greatest advantage of the business...

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