Motivational Maps

Newsflash…..money isn’t always the main thing that gets people out of bed in the morning!

So what makes one person go the extra mile where another won’t bother?

The answer is motivation; the energy that exists within us all. And not only is it possible to understand where this energy comes from, it can also be measured and strategies devised to increase it. This creates a world where every individual, employee, team manager and business leader gets more of what they need to be the very best they can be. 

Motivational Maps

Why choose Motivational Maps

We have experienced many profiling tools and have found nothing as astonishingly accurate and impactful as the ISO accredited Motivational Map. Used worldwide by thousands of qualified practitioners, it is a self perception inventory designed to support businesses with processes such as Career Progression, Recruitment and Selection, Talent Management and Performance Management.

Unlike personality traits, motivation is not fixed. Motivation levels change. Motivation can be measured, monitored and maximised, ensuring everyone can make the most of their talents, creating happier, more productive and profitable businesses.  

Who are Motivational Maps for?

Motivational Maps - For Individuals

Individuals

For transforming personal energy and performance

Benefits:

  • Find out what you need to feel motivated and in control
  • Get help identifying your next career move
  • Set personal and work related goals
  • Improve engagement and productivity
  • Better understand how to effectively communicate with others.

When to use:

  • As a career planning tool
  • As part of recruitment process
  • As part of an appraisal and performance management process
Motivational Maps - For Teams

Teams

For ensuring every team member can operate at the top of their game

Benefits:

  • Improve teamwork and communications 
  • Reduce conflict and manage personality clashes
  • Make better choices in recruitment and selection
  • Increase engagement and reduce absenteeism
  • Create well informed reward strategies that incentivise high performance.

When to use:

  • To inform business planning
  • To support change management programmes
  • To enhance leadership development
Motivational Maps - For Organisations

Organisations

For strategically mapping motivation across an entire organisation

Benefits:

  • Provides a perspective on the normally invisible people element of your business to inform strategic planning
  • Ensure your mission, vision and values align with the wants and needs of your human resource
  • Enables effective leadership and management by providing an organisational ‘health check’
  • Simple to understand and easy to execute, meaning a consistent approach can be applied across multiple departments.

When to use:

  • As part of an Employee Value Proposition (EVP)
  • As a tool for strategic business planning
  • As part of an organisational change management programme
  • To inform reward strategies

“This makes the invisible visible, I want to share it with everyone I know!”

How does the mapping process work?

The process is really very simple…

1

Questionnaire completed

Each person is given a unique password and invited to spend a few minutes completing the online questionnaire.

2

Algorithm applied

Once the questionnaire is submitted, the responses are fed into the Motivational Maps engine, where the magic happens.

3

Output produced

A tailored report is produced, describing the 9 motivators, how well they are met and strategies for improvement.

4

Practitioner feedback

Your practitioner will provide additional insights through individual/team coaching sessions and workshops.

5

Monitor & evaluate

Strategies are implemented and time is set to review the impact on behaviour, learning and improved results.

1

Questionnaire completed

Each person is given a unique password and invited to spend a few minutes completing the online questionnaire.

2

Algoritm applied

Once the questionnaire is submitted, the responses are fed into the Motivational Maps engine, where the magic happens.

3

Output produced

A tailored report is produced, describing the 9 motivators, how well they are met and strategies for improvement.

4

Practitioner feedback

Your practitioner will provide additional insights through individual/team coaching sessions and workshops.

5

Monitor & evaluate

Strategies are implemented and time is set to review the impact on behaviour, learning and improved results.

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