Leadership and cooperation in groups

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Abstract

Two major types of motivation underlie the ability of leaders to gain cooperation in groups. First is the desire of people to gain rewards and avoid punishments. Second is people's internal attitudes and values, which shape what people want or feel they ought to do.

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  • Tom R. Tyler

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