Self-motivation and creativity in work


  • Sami Ahmed Faisal College of Education for Pure Sciences, Tikrit University, Salah Al Deen, Iraq
  • Areej Ali Hussein Al-Rasheed Home Economic Department, College of Education for Women, Tikrit University, Salah Al Deen, Iraq


Four-Tier Diagnostic Test, Sea Pollutant Migration, Convection, Pre-Service Teacher Education, Sea Currents


This study is prepared to argue the crucial issue that most of the administrative leaders in our country overlook, which is (self-motivation). The aim of this study is to determine the factors affecting the development of motivation rather than neglecting it, and frustrating the morale of workers, possibly rejecting and ignoring it sometimes. This study dealt with the concept of motivation, and how researchers defined it in this field, its importance in mastering work, as well as the most important factors affecting it, what are the indicators indicating the level of motivation of workers, and the must rules that be followed to develop it. Then the study dealt with the concept of creativity, the characteristics of the creative person, levels of creativity, in addition to the elements of creativity and the obstacles that affect it. With through the practical study that was conducted on a group of institutions, it was concluded that there is a positive relationship between the level of motivation of workers and the level of creativity in those institutions.