HAPPY AT WORK - CHAPTER FOUR
Posted: February 23, 2012
Under: Job Matching
By: LiWi, Life is Worth it
HAPPY AT WORK – CHAPTER FOUR
The resume’ informs us of WHAT an individual can do. The assessment we have been discussing tells us HOW a person behaves in the work environ-ment. It measures six basic interests or values, sometimes termed the “hidden motivators”.
Theoretical ….. the drive for Knowledge,
Utilitarian/Economic ….. the drive for Reward,
Aesthetic ….. the drive for Form & Harmony,
Social/Altruistic ….. the drive for Helpfulness,
Individualistic/Political ….. the drive for Power,
Traditional/Regulatory ….. the drive for Order.
By measuring values, we uncover some of these motivators and can identify strengths that make each person unique within an organization. Each job/company has its own set which make for the best fit into the organization. So now you can begin to see how the “matching” takes place.
Tomorrow we'll address attributes and this will all start to fit together.
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