The interviewer would like to know how to motivate you on the job. 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.
"I am most motivated, on the job, when tasks remain organized, and the vibe is positive. I value strong teamwork and good leadership."
"Paving new paths and creating structures to support organizations excite me the most. I am self-motivated and enjoy seeing my hard work make a difference for an organization."
"I enjoy researching and implementing new best practices. I like change, but only if there is a visible improvement in efficiency or morale."
"I am a creative person and, as such, I love an environment with sociable colleagues. When a team is encouraged to get along and discuss ideas, it makes for excellent results."
"I love to have a mentor and work with people who are supportive of each others' success. It is so amazing to celebrate wins like exceeding KPI's or the launch of a new brand."
"I get excited about brainstorming sessions, and sales contests. I'm competitive and like to work with my team to come up with new sales strategies and ways to make our clients happy while exceeding targets."
"I am excited at work when my tasks and responsibilities have a meaning. I dedicate myself to helping my students, so I am at my peak of motivation when I know they are excelling."
"I am most motivated, on the job, when tasks are organized and the vibe is positive. I really value strong teamwork and good leadership."
"What I like the most about this position is the opportunity to assist a large number of individuals from different backgrounds. This is something I consider very exciting as this will enable me to develop my customer service skills with people of different cultures."
"I love working with a mentor and team workers that support and encourage each other's success."
Mentors are very important. If you have worked with a mentor, be sure to discuss your experience.
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