Base all aspects of work on one simple principle: "Attend to folks' needs". When everyone is onboard with this principle, everthing else simply falls into place.
How to create the environment for powerful intrisic motivations to flourish? It's not possible to "make" people motivated, but it is possible to create conditions within which motivation can flourish. Few are the organisations that understand how to do this.
The Antimatter Principle replaces the prevailing Command-and-Control principle in our organisations, and liberates everyone to find joy in working together.
Humane Relationships. Flourishing of the human spirit. Widespread well-being for everyone, from employees and staff, through customers and suppliers, to society at large. More engaged people, leading to hugely more effective organisations and more successful businesses. An end to factionalism and self-serving behaviours.
Folks are not well-prepared to attend to folks' needs - either their own or others'. Organisational systems, policies and procedures do not currently place folks' needs at their core. The Analytic a.k.a. Mechanistic mindset prevailing in most organisations today sees people as cogs in a great machine, not as individuals with emotions and needs.
Introduce the idea of Nonviolence - in the form of e.g. Marshall Rosenberg's Nonviolent Communication. Build a familiarity and capability for skilled dialogue. Grow some internal organisational therapists. Discuss widely the assumptions upon which businesses are built, the nature of today's business environment, and which assumptions no longer serve beneficially in today's business environment. Get everone involved in creating an explicit business doctrine which captures and disseminates these discussions - and their evolution.
Marshall B. Rosenberg - Nonviolent Communication
Carl Rogers - Client-centred therapy
Bill Deming - The System of Profound Knowledge
Russell B. Ackoff - Systems Thinking