The importance of belonging to a particular group or organization that reflects their own identity
Creating “team identity”
Anything that reflects well on the group
A strong vehicle for self-expression; creativity can take many forms
Creativity at work is a subjective experience
Ask the person about his or her link to creativity
Values challenges at the highest level; achieving “mission impossible” — the adrenaline rush
Loses interest quickly once challenge is met!
Having many well-developed interest areas competing for equal attention
Control of schedule; learning opportunities
Getting things done through others
Exposure to decision-makers
Opportunities to expand influence
When it is Primary Driver, person has timeline for advancement
A wide variety of experiences to develop well-rounded business skills
The total ownership of a project or new venture within the business
Setting the vision and strategy for an organization
Opportunities for exposure to high-placed decision-makers, and learning opportunities from same
Being motivated by the quality and content of the work
Being the subject-matter experts • the best in knowledge, equipment & technology
Peer recognition over general acknowledgment
Routine, structure and predictability
Implementation and management of systems
Connection to something lasting
Autonomy and independence
Matrix reporting relationships
Loathes being closely supervised
Work in service of others
Needs to see connection of what they do to a higher purpose they personally value
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