Fulfillment Worksheet

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A tool for managers to use to lead a discussion with their employees around fulfillment. Recommended to use on a regular basis with employees as interests and engagement drivers change over time.

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Fulfillment Worksheet

  1. 1. Fulfillment Worksheet Rank the top 5 items from the list below that contribute to your job satisfaction: ______ Chance to do something that makes you feel good about yourself. ______ Chance to accomplish something worthwhile for others ______ Opportunity to develop/learn new skills and abilities ______ Job flexibility (e.g. freedom to set hours, work location) ______ Chance to demonstrate expertise/do the things that you do best ______ Resources to do the job ______ Clear expectations of what you need to accomplish at work ______ Respect from the people you work with ______ Amount of information/feedback about your performance ______ Chance to take part in decision making ______ The way you are treated by the people you work with ______ Amount of praise you get for a job well done ______ Chance for promotion/advancement ______ Opportunity to have fun ______ Work/life balance ______ Recognition in front of my peers ______ Opportunities to be sent to networking conferences ______ Ability to choose what projects to work on ______ Working as part of a team ______ Working on projects individually ______ Working on a wide variety of tasks/projects ______ Chance to take leadership role on team or project ______ Increased responsibility and ownership of work ______ Feeling that your work is important ______ Being part of an organization that lives it’s values Additional suggestions: ______ ______ ______ ______ ______ Comments:

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