Research on Innovated Social Work Talents’ Motivation Strategy

Ning ZHAO, Wei FAN

Abstract


Social work talents have been widely concerned by our society and academia while more and more social problems have risen up under the background of constructing socialistic harmonious society. Hence, cultivating and motivating social work talents have become an extremely hot issue. Based on round analysis about the current situation of social work talents’ motivation, we synthetically use multiple human motivation strategies, and bring forward an approach of innovative motivation strategies’ combination which will fit the needs of social work talents.

Key words: Social work talent; Motivation strategy; Innovation


Keywords


Social work talent; Motivation strategy; Innovation

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