More motivation leads to more success
Motivational Maps translate personal feelings into data. They can uncover:
Most individuals are primarily motivated by 3 motivators and have one lowest motivator. Their combination of motivators, together with the strength and satisfaction level of each motivator, creates a virtually unique profile for each person.
What motivates us changes over time with significant events in our lives. E.g. new job, role or manager, a child or dependent, buying a first home, retirement, illness or death of friends or family. Therefore, it’s difficult for both the individual and their manager to know what truly motivates someone, in rank order – and how satisfied they are, without using Motivational Maps.
The Motivational Map is an ISO accredited self-perception inventory, which takes just 12 minutes to complete on-line. There are no rights or wrongs with the Maps – it’s about understanding what drives each of us and influences our decisions and behaviour, and therefore, performance and happiness.
We love to use these as in bespoke projects and as part of our How To Motivate Your Teams More Effectively programme and we often use them to inform our Group Coaching and Executive Coaching programmes.