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How Motivational Maps® work
Motivational Maps identify the order – and intensity – of nine motivators and measure the extent to which these motivators are being met.
Maps provide a team or organisation with a common language through which to discuss motivation and provides strategies for how to harness it on a consistent and on-going basis. Motivational Maps provide vital information that can be used at individual, team or organisation level.
Quick and easy to complete. Collecting data is easy and starts with an online questionnaire which takes just 15 minutes to complete.
Instant analysis. The tool automatically analyses responses and generates clear and concise reports.
An insightful report. Each report provides actionable advice on how to increase motivation where it matters.
Reveal the motivators. The report is extremely revealing; 70% of individuals don’t know what truly motivates them.
Why use Maps?
Leaders of organisations know that they must clarify strategy so people know in what direction their efforts should be targeted. What impact, results and outcomes are being sought? What does ‘good’ look like? This answers the question, the ‘What?’
We know that understanding and developing the skills and behaviours each person possesses (their contribution) is vital – and aligning this with the strategy enables organisations to differentiate themselves both in terms of talent and culture. This answers the question ‘How?’
Yet simply knowing the What? and the How? is not enough. There is a missing ingredient. The ‘Why bother? Motivation.
Motivation is the energy which drives performance.
Without motivation, nothing happens.
Motivational Maps: A Summary
Motivational Maps measure the intensity and order of 9 Motivators and calculate the extent to which each is being met
Easy to use
The Maps are easy to complete and simple to use
We price Maps competitively to make them accessible
Online solutions enable Maps to be used at scale
Organisational Maps provide intelligence on what drives culture, engagement, talent and performance
Motivational Maps work well with psychometrics to deepen self-awareness
Motivational Maps introduce a common language which makes it memorable
Bottom up approach
Motivational Maps put the individual in the driving seat by asking ‘What can I do to increase my own motivation?’
I used to be a bit of a cynic about these types of ‘tests’. I always felt they were trying to put me in some type of ‘box’, to label me. What I found with Maps, and the debrief I had, was that Maps actually gave me a new way of thinking about myself – and how I am seen by others. The descriptions are simply that – descriptions. I was encouraged to come up with what they meant for me. That was incredibly empowering and so useful in discussing with my team.