The old model for motivating employees is dying. It’s time for a replacement

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Six-figure salaries and free lattes in the break room are enticing, but corporate workers increasingly are seeking something more.

  • Knowledge@Wharton
  • World Economic Forum

They want a sense of purpose, a feeling of true camaraderie, and a belief that they are having an impact within the company and outside of it.

That’s where good leadership can make all the difference, says Fred Kofman, an adviser in leadership development at Google and former vice president of development at LinkedIn.

His latest book, The Meaning Revolution: The Power of Transcendent Leadership, suggests that leaders…

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