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Motivators Report

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The High Potential Motivators Report measures six values factors relevant to work and motivation. Values explain how relevant, important or necessary different motivators are to an individual’s work. Alignment between values and motivators at work is an essential component of job satisfaction and work engagement. Values influence decisions and relationships. People tend to (but do not always) make decisions that align with their values. Most people prefer to form closer relationships with people that share their values and may distance themselves from those with very different values.

There are no “right” or “wrong” values, values are personal preferences.

Values tend to be linked with perception and ways of thinking. Thus, someone’s values can be rooted in very different situations or ways of looking at the world. For example, feeling very wealthy may lead one value pay, compensation and financial perks. Whereas for some, feeling well-off financially may lead one to value other things at work when money is not a concern. Feeling short of money may also lead one to value financial compensation over other benefits. The rationale behind values is equally important to values themselves.

Values are judgements about what is important to people, and what motivates them. These are the value people place on different motivators. The values can be classified according to two key factors: intrinsic and extrinsic values. Intrinsic values are related to internal rewards obtained for their own sake or through the course of the job. Extrinsic values are related to seeking external rewards or avoiding punishment.

Values can change over time, and can be influenced by work, rewards, colleagues, social groups and many other influences. Take the test and get your results now.