To build strong, loyal
relationships with the
people you work with, you
need to know their personal
values.
Start by
learning the
basics of what
drives them.
We built this outline
to help you get
started.
Have your employees (or future employees) fill
in this framework.
What do you like on a personal level?
Section 1
1. What are
the ten
things you
most enjoy
doing?
2. What motivates
you?
3. What
makes
you
excited?
4. What are your most
i...
To have
balance in life
certainly is one
of the most
important
overall aims to
reach.
Set a goal for
each area in
your lif...
Section 1
If you never had to work another day
in your life, how would you spend
your time instead of working?
Think
Section 1
When your life is ending, what will
you regret not doing, not seeing, or
not achieving?
Think
Section 1
What are the strengths that others
see in you? What strengths do you
see in yourself?
Feedback
Section 1
What weaknesses have other people
commented on about you and what do
you believe are your weaknesses?
Feedback
In the first section
we focused on your
personal side, now
let’s talk about your
professional life.
What are you like on a professional
level?
Section 2
What activities give you the
most satisfaction?
1.
2.
What would you like to stop
doing?
3.
What kind of people do you
like to work with?
4.
What is your idea of an ‘ideal’
job? How would that be
fulfilling?
5.
What kind of work should
you stay away from?
How to interpret
This framework provides you
with a minimum insight into that
person’s personality and life
values.
Use it...
Checklist
Cross check these results with the results of your own assessment.1
Take a special look at the on open-answer qu...
Thank you!
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This basic framework is a great resource to help you get to know your employees (or future employees) better.

Use it to find out what drives them as individuals, both on a personal level, as well as on a professional level. You can then compare the results of this framework with your company values and vision and see if there is a culture fit. See what drives their personal happiness and their workplace happiness.

Short, simple to use and very effective in assessing job-personality compatibility and, most importantly, in forming long term relationships!

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Who am I? - Personal Development Framework for Employees

  1. To build strong, loyal relationships with the people you work with, you need to know their personal values.
  2. Start by learning the basics of what drives them.
  3. We built this outline to help you get started.
  4. Have your employees (or future employees) fill in this framework.
  5. What do you like on a personal level? Section 1
  6. 1. What are the ten things you most enjoy doing? 2. What motivates you? 3. What makes you excited? 4. What are your most important values? Key questions
  7. To have balance in life certainly is one of the most important overall aims to reach. Set a goal for each area in your life. Life areas Physical/ Health Spiritual Work/ Career Family & Social Relationships Financial security Fun
  8. Section 1 If you never had to work another day in your life, how would you spend your time instead of working? Think
  9. Section 1 When your life is ending, what will you regret not doing, not seeing, or not achieving? Think
  10. Section 1 What are the strengths that others see in you? What strengths do you see in yourself? Feedback
  11. Section 1 What weaknesses have other people commented on about you and what do you believe are your weaknesses? Feedback
  12. In the first section we focused on your personal side, now let’s talk about your professional life.
  13. What are you like on a professional level? Section 2
  14. What activities give you the most satisfaction? 1.
  15. 2. What would you like to stop doing?
  16. 3. What kind of people do you like to work with?
  17. 4. What is your idea of an ‘ideal’ job? How would that be fulfilling?
  18. 5. What kind of work should you stay away from?
  19. How to interpret This framework provides you with a minimum insight into that person’s personality and life values. Use it to compare those values with your company’s vision. Results
  20. Checklist Cross check these results with the results of your own assessment.1 Take a special look at the on open-answer questions to determine compatibility with the company culture. 2 Compare their personal values with the company values and vision.3 On the professional level check that the person is looking for the type of team and job that your company offers. 4
  21. Thank you!

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