You are able to self-manage in your workplace and this allows you to make decisions about your work and to make plans about when and how to work without too much reference to a higher authority. With management and collegial support, you get to choose what to be involved in and the scope of new things you wish to explore.
You feel you have what it needs to succeed in your daily tasks, including resources, skills, and expertise. With your value acknowledged, you are likewise confident that you can continually stretch your abilities in manageable ways that can give you a feeling of growth toward career goals.
You feel an average sense of competence in your job.
You have some mastery with your present job as you feel somewhat capable of performing tasks at varying levels of difficulty. Feedback about how you do and provision of growth opportunities have to be made more consistent in your workplace.
You perceive your workplace as a friendly and open environment as a result of your and your colleagues' personal and professional characteristics. This kind of relationship among you, irrespective of levels of authority, results from an informal working environment where people could seek help or work together on things which particularly interest you.
You feel an average level of relatedness in your job.
Helping each other and engaging in respectful supportive relationships is yet to be established as a norm in your workplace. There is still room for improving and strengthening existing relationships with your colleagues.
Considering the individualistic work practices which exist within your workplace, working alone may have isolated you from your colleagues. This could be attributed to either personal or collegial characteristics, and this has caused you some difficulty in feeling supported and in establishing a sense of belongingness within your job.