Ready to GROW your business by 40% - 173% this year?Alternate Text
15 February 2022

5 Questions To Ask Employees To Help Them Find Fulfillment At Work

Jairek Robbins
Do you want to help your employees find fulfillment at work?

You know how important it is for people to feel fulfilled in their jobs. In fact, there are a lot of people who struggle with this same question, and it can be difficult to know how to help them find their purpose in the workplace. But there is hope! In fact, we have 5 great questions that will help you guide your team toward finding fulfillment at work.

We’ll give you the tools and techniques that will help you discover what makes each of your employees tick, and how they’re going to find fulfillment at work. It’s not just about helping them do a better job – but also about making sure they have a good time while doing it! And when everyone feels fulfilled, everybody wins. So let us show you how easy it is with these 5 questions today!

Five questions to help your employees find fulfillment at work:

1. What are you good at?

People tend to focus on what they are not good at, but it’s much more beneficial to know your strengths. If you identify three things that you’re great at — no matter how small — you’ll have a better idea of what you should be doing.

2. What do you enjoy?

You have to work for a living, but knowing what types of activities you actually enjoy can help figure out how your passion fits into the bigger picture. Are there certain tasks or projects that give you more satisfaction than others? Maybe there are things you could be doing that would make your workplace more enjoyable.

3. What creates a sense of forward momentum?

This is a big one and it’s something people miss sometimes. When you’re driven to do something, the activity feels important and purposeful — you might even feel unstoppable as a result. That’s forward momentum, and it’s something you can look for in your work and everyday life.

4. How do you relate to others?

You need other people to get things done, which means that it’s important to be able to interact with them — even if you’re introverted or more of a loner than a social butterfly. Make a note of how you relate to others, and then think about ways that those interactions can be applied to different projects or activities.

5. What creates a sense of meaning?

This question is important for employees trying to find their purpose, as it’s an essential part of feeling fulfilled — especially at work. Does your job or project give you a feeling of meaning, or does it make you feel like the work is ‘just work’? If meaning isn’t inherent in your daily tasks, it might be time to rethink your line of work.

Ask these questions in 1:1 meetings or as a group to help everyone gain insight into their inner purpose and inspire others.

To your success,
Jairek Robbins

Sign up