EPISODE 38

 HUMAN MOTIVATION AND NEEDS:
mASLOW’S hIERARCHY IN TACTICS AND LEADERSHIP

Apr 3, 2019 | Podcast | 0 comments

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Some time ago, a psychologist named Abraham Maslow wrote up a list of human needs in roughly the order people need to satisfy them: food and water at the bottom of the pyramid, social and family needs in the middle, and self-esteem and purpose at the top. Mike and Jim discuss some ways we can apply this to tactical and leadership settings by figuring out how to influence behavior. 

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