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Your Performance Motivator is Impact Player!
As an Impact Player, you:
- Are clearly a leader and have a strong desire to bring that value to be a part of the strategy and direction of the company. Because you appreciate being recognized, you put yourself in positions to bring high quality data and value to impact success.
- Work hard and aren’t afraid to work long hours to meet any demands that the company may determine as necessary for the success of business plan and goals.
- Are a dedicated and servant style leader who proves your value repeatedly. This has brought great success to you along the way and is your style and approach in business.
- Have created habits that serve you well to gain success and meet your goals. Others likely see you as a role model/ leader/ mentor/ teacher-each of these serving both you and the company well.
This means that when all things are equal, you will always lean toward choosing the place that fills this Performance Motivator© for you. This likely also means that when you have this motivator met, you are loyal and, therefore, unlikely to be lured away easily (even when things start to become less equal or just different). When it comes down to it, if Company A will pay you a little bit more but doesn’t allow you to bring your value and to be recognized for your efforts and expertise, it’s not going to be the choice you make when Company B is fulfilling what you care about most but possibly cannot pay quite as much. Your ‘WHY’ for getting up each morning is to bring that value, not a couple of extra bucks!
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Michelle Simms-Reiter, Founder and Owner of Strive Leadership Development built a company from nothing to a team of 54 people, creating an $85 million in revenue per year company. Even during the Great Recession, her home-building company built and sold 300 homes per year in their market.