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Acquire knowledge about a person's career drivers. Career pitfalls show the extent to which the internal compass is accurately calibrated.

Values Guide Careers

Career Values undeniably deliver relevant information on the importantce of Values for a qualitative career dialogue.

For the employee, this is translated in input for a concrete reflection on their own career goals and the quality of their motivation.

For the employer, it leads to a better understanding of:

- where further support is needed to enable the employee to get at a clearer vision on their career.

- how best to motivate and manage the employee.

- which elements are important to achieve a good balance between, the kind of tasks to be performed, the kind of leadership the employee needs and in the environment they will thrive in best.

Values and Pitfalls

Career Values
The top 5 Career Values, out of a total of 12 Values, are described with a distinction between intrinsic and extrinsic motivators

Offers an overview of the possible tensions the respondent needs to address in order to reach career satisfaction


Career Values can be used to remedy situations where possible goals and motivation issues are at the root of challenges, such as:

Engagement and absenteeism issues

Failure to perform due to a potential mismatch

Possible internal tensions and unrest by employee

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