As before, there are no right or wrong answers to this section. These questions help us determine the best ways to help you reach your goals.
Competitive people have what is called a Production Drive. They are inclined to be task-orientated. Cooperative people, on the other hand, have what is termed a Connection Drive—in other words, they tend to be people-oriented or people-centric.
People who prefer constancy have what is referred to as a Stability Need—a desire for consistency, order, and routine. In contrast, people who prefer change have what is called a Variety Need; they are stimulated by new experiences and energized by change.
If you would rather have appreciation, you possess what is called an Internal Award system—one characterized by private recognition and contribution. If you would rather have the monetary bonus, you have what is called an External Award system—one characterized by public recognition and opportunity for advancement.
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