Motivation in Islam's Perspective (A Theoretical Review)

Maryani .


Motivation is an important role in improving a work activity, because motivation is a driving force that will manifest behavior. Work motivation is the willingness of an employee or employee to arise because of the personal incentives of the employee concerned as a result of overall integration rather than personal needs. Different terms are often used by psychologists in calling something that leads to behavior, some call it motivation or motive, need, insistence, desire and encouragement. Seeking motivational theory to derive from Islamic thought is very difficult, including for Muslim intellectuals. Even if there is, it is only a scientific interpretation of some verses of the Qur'an or the Hadith of the Prophet who is renovated against theories of motivation that already exist.

Keywords: Motivation, Perspective Islam

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