Drive: Measurement of a Sleeping Giant

@article{Siegling2019DriveMO,
  title={Drive: Measurement of a Sleeping Giant},
  author={A. B. Siegling and T. Ng-Knight and K. Petrides},
  journal={Consulting Psychology Journal: Practice and Research},
  year={2019},
  volume={71},
  pages={16–31}
}
Effective strategies for increasing work motivation will consider person factors and individual differences. This article expands on the theory and construct of drive in the context of the development of a new inventory and concurrent validation of a short form. The results support the measurement of drive, which hitherto had not been explicitly defined and operationalized accordingly. Exploratory structural equation modeling recovered 3 oblique factors, labeled “passion,” “effort,” and… Expand
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