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What work situations excite and motivate you?

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    What work situations excite and motivate you?

      How to Answer

      It is essential, for your success, that the hiring manager knows how to keep you motivated and excited to come to work every day. Share with the interviewer what they could do to ensure that you are happy and productive.

      Answer Examples

      Rachelle's Answer

      "I am most motivated, on the job, when tasks are organized, and the vibe is positive. I value strong teamwork and good leadership."

      Rachelle's Answer

      "I am most motivated on the job when I feel like an active contributor and an important member of the team. When I feel listened to and valued, I am excited to do my best work."

      Anonymous Answer

      "I am most motivated whenever there is a challenge, teamwork, and good leadership. I do understand that not every moment is challenging, and it is usually the routine stuff. However, a sense of ownership, time constraints, and uncertainty of the moment keep me motivated and ready for the next event. I can adapt well to sudden changes."

      Rachelle's Answer

      Very good answer! The interviewer will have a great idea of how to motivate you should you be hired.

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      Anonymous Answer

      "Work situation that excites and motivate me the most is where other team members and I actively discussed and sharing our opinion. By doing this, we elevate our knowledge and quickly getting solutions for each issue."

      Lauren's Answer

      This response ties in beautifully with the previous answer. See my suggestion below.

      "I am the most excited and motivated when I feel a sense of harmony and togetherness within my workgroup. I like hearing others’ opinions and feel refreshed when we talk out any issues (as in the previous scenario I mentioned)."

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