Motivational Maps are unique in their simplicity, application and usefulness. By measuring emotional energy they help overcome personal and career development issues, support managers and teams to achieve greater productivity, and strategically can turbo-charge organisational progress…
Motivational Maps can help businesses…
- Improve team performance
- Reduce stress and sickness and enhance wellbeing
- Improve staff retention
- Recruit the best candidate for every position
- Leverage team performance and address motivational issues with team members
- Impact sales, engagement and culture
- Provide a common language through which everyone can understand what they want and align with team and organisational objectives
- Give management an overview of what is really going on with their employees
- Provide a cost-effective change management tool that actually maps the changes of the whole staff
So what is a Motivational Map?
The Motivational Map is an ISO accredited online self-perception inventory that crucially focuses on motivation rather than personality. The Map (which takes 12 minutes to complete online), helps people understand motivation at a deeper level and what they can do with that knowledge to improve performance.
Mapping projects typically involve Mapping individuals in a team within an organisation. This is followed with feedback from the Map Practitioner to the manager. The reports contain valuable information for individuals/teams – the Map Practitioner can help individuals and managers understand the results in greater depth and recommend actions for them to take. The key benefit to using Motivational Maps is always enhanced performance, because motivation is intrinsic to high performance levels.
So imagine the future if…
- You knew you had the knowledge to always make good career decisions
- You knew what motivated each person within your team
- You knew how motivated they were and how to more positively influence them effectively
- You could do something positive about the motivation and performance of your organisation
- You could identify the sources and therefore resolve conflict between team members.