remotivate

verb re·mo·ti·vate \ (ˌ)rē-ˈmō-tə-ˌvāt \
|Updated on: 12 Jun 2018

Definition of remotivate

remotivated; remotivating
: to motivate (someone) again
  • We are more likely to accomplish goals that are written down. Place them where you can review them periodically and remotivate yourself to continue working toward your chosen goals.
  • —Sharon Smith
  • … says the company's bosses are: 'Scrooges with a capital S'. Once that sort of mentality spreads quickly through a workforce it can be hard to remotivate staff.
  • The Birmingham (England) Evening Mail
  • … St. Petersburg clawed back from a large deficit to take a two-point lead. Palm Harbor University called timeout to regroup and remotivate.
  • —Rodney Page

remotivation

play \(ˌ)rē-ˌmō-tə-ˈvā-shən\ noun
    • employees in need of remotivation

First Known Use of remotivate

1910

in the meaning defined above

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