Discover Your Work Motivators

Understanding your own motivators for work is like having a secret recipe for success. It’s about knowing what gets you excited to jump out of bed in the morning and dive into your tasks. When you know what drives you—whether it’s feeling accomplished, helping others, learning new things, or something else entirely—it’s like having a superpower. This knowledge becomes your compass, guiding you toward roles, projects, or tasks that resonate with what truly fuels your passion.

Imagine having a personal roadmap that leads you to tasks or jobs that make you feel fulfilled and energized. Knowing your motivators helps you make choices that align with what matters most to you, making your work feel less like a chore and more like a fulfilling journey. It’s like having a key that unlocks the door to finding joy and satisfaction in what you do.

Job Requirements

How is that your job ensures:*

How is that your job ensures:*

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Contribution (meaningful and makes a difference)
Variety (many different tasks are done during the day)
Predictability (you know what is going to happen each day)
Flow (there are few disruptions throughout the day)
No pressure (there are few pressures to get things done)
Structure (organized and has a specific set time)
Freedom (you set your schedule and plan how you work)
Safety (employer cares about safety, health and welfare of the employees)
Values (social, ethical, and environmental aspects are taken into account)
Equality (employees are treated fairly, with equal rights and opportunities)
Work from home (at least part of the work can be done from home)
Work Motivators

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Acceptance and recognition
Learning and growth
Independence
Order and structure
Power
Money and rewards
Community and affiliation
Professional status
Security and stability
Expressing creativity
Sense of achievements
Social impact
About You

Why are you rethinking your career?

Why are you rethinking your career?

When do you want to find a new job?

When do you want to find a new job?

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First Name*

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