(skills, knowledge and attributes) that you want to develop, specific things you want to create, or passions and causes that you want to pursue. Work environment motivators are things that are important for you in your workplace. These include aspects of the physical environment, the work culture, the way work is structured (e.g. hours, schedule, etc.), and how you like to work with others (e.g. as a leader, support person, expert advisor, etc.). Lifestyle motivators are what your career allows you to do in other areas of your life. This could include money, time, travel, relationships, and other parts that make up your work/life balance” (p.1). The survey continues with several questions to rank yourself followed by open-ended questions. These are divided into several sections. These multiple sections allow participants time for thought to the open-ended questions. The self-ranking sections are meant to paint an accurate image for a more honest answer in the open-ended questions. While I believe this survey would be great for personal improvement, I don’t believe widespread use in a business would be effective. EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENT PROFILE QUESTIONNAIRE The survey “Employee Engagement Profile Questionnaire” focuses on recognizing personal desires through ranking four distinct categories: communication, growth, recognition, and trust. This particular survey seems to have an easier setup to assessing career motivations. By design,
Quick Meme 2 defining a score in four areas of your career allows participants an easy way to bolster responses in order to see a higher rank. Whereas the survey “What Are Your Career Motivations?”
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- career services, LTEC 4070 UNT, employee engagement profile, career motivations, engagement profile questionnaire