Quiz: Are You Motivated By Power Or Achievement?

Most leaders are driven by power or achievement (or some combination of the two). Power-driven people want to be in charge and they want authority to make decisions that will impact others. By contrast, achievement-driven people are more thrilled by accomplishing difficult tasks, even if no one else notices.

To discover what drives you, take this free quiz...


Posted by Mark Murphy on 20 April, 2017 Leadership Skills, Quizzes | 5 comments
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  • Shirley - March 07, 2017

    This was very enlightening. Sometimes it’s hard to assess yourself and need an outside unbiased opinion. This was great!

  • Dr diane wolcott watson - June 23, 2016

    Good reflective questions. Helps to clearly understand self better in different circumstances

  • Patricia Rose - March 08, 2016

    this was fun!!

  • seapei sekgetho - December 31, 2015

    the assessment is good and enlightening. I believe it is so true

  • seapei sekgetho - December 31, 2015

    the assessment is good and enlightening. I believe it is so true

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