It identifies a few key pointers for effective leadership, which I hope you will find interesting. Basically, it always comes down to three things:
M = E x I x V
According to the motivation equation, motivation is determined by 3 factors: Expectancy (will what I do result in measurable results), Instrumentality (will those results mean reward for me) and Valence what is the size of that reward).
It’s not all about the money
Besides financial gain, employees are motivated by the following 3 (yes, 3) things:
Mastery (personal growth and development)
Autonomy (working independently, not micromanaged)
Purpose (what I do matters)
In particular, I like the (3) questions to lead by, for leaders to check that these motivational requirements are satisfied.