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The concept of public service motivation has drawn considerable research and practitioner interest as a useful behavioral construct that public sector leaders can use to motivate, attract, and retain employees. Indeed, Ritz and colleagues (2016) find that among practitioner recommendations mentioned in public service motivation studies, using managerial and leadership practices to inculcate public service motivation is among the most frequently suggested interventions.
Trent Engbers