The Words He or She Most Wants To Hear:
"Let's go to lunch, just the two of us"
"I'd like to work one-on-one with you on this project"
Dos - What This Reward Language Craves:
In the vernacular time and attention, nothing delivers a feeling of reward like giving these folks your full, undivided focus and attention. Being there to hear their concerns, teach skills or just pay attention by reacting or responding for this type of person is critical. It’s important to understand that to these personality types attention means uninterrupted and focus attention this means 100% of your energy and focus is on them, not the group. The only way this counts is if it’s focused, solo, one-on-one time. These personalities want sharing or quality conversation, quality activities, quality recognition to THEM specifically.
Don'ts - What Will Tell This Reward Language They Don't Matter:
Any Distractions, postponements, or the failure to listen can be especially taken as hurtful and most likely will be interpreted as you do not value them or care about their efforts on a team or project. This means when you are interacting with them do not be on your phone or multi tasking while they are sharing their time with you.