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What are Motivational Maps?
The Motivational Map is an ISO accredited diagnostic tool that is accessed online. Improving upon other psychometric profiles, it gives an accurate insight of what motivates an individual, their current level of satisfaction and suggestions to increase motivation where it matters. When used with a team, it provides a common language to help people talk about their differences constructively.
Each of us has unique needs that we seek to satisfy. Which of these 9 core motivators resonates with you?
Seeks meaning and purpose.
People with this motivator enjoy meaningful projects, providing worthwhile things and making a difference.
They are motivated by seeing the big picture and getting quality feedback about the positive impact they are making.
Seeks freedom and independence.
People with this motivator like making their own decisions in their own time and way.
They are motivated by a lack of close supervision and being able to prioritize their own time.
Seeks innovation and change.
People with this motivator enjoy working with a stream of new initiatives and avoiding routine.
They are motivated by making something new or solving problems with creative solutions.
Seeks power, control and influence.
People with this motivator like having responsibility, being in charge, and making critical decisions.
They are motivated by responsibility, control of resources and the prospect of promotion.
Seeks money and material satisfaction.
People with this motivator are commercially-minded, goal-orientated and like making money.
They are motivated by working in a competitive environment and linking performance to financial rewards.
Seeks learning and being a subject matter expert.
People with this motivator want to learn more, drill down into the granular detail and demonstrate their knowledge.
They are motivated by high-skill roles with regular training and development.
Seeks security and predictability.
People with this motivator enjoy clear roles and responsibilities, consistency and stability. Likes routine and time to prepare.
They are motivated by working in a stable organization with predictable career advancement. Established processes, routine and regular communications are preferred.
Seeks belonging and friendship.
People with this motivator place significant value in friendships and enjoy working as part of a team.
They are motivated by being in a collaborative environment, having supportive management and participating in social activities.
Seeks recognition and respect.
People with this motivator like being in a hierarchical structure and being appreciated for their work.
They are motivated by recognition from their peers and their manager (E.g. awards, certificates and public recognition).
How To Use Motivational Maps® With Your Team
The Motivational Map is an ISO accredited diagnostic tool that is accessed online. Improving upon traditional personality tests or psychometric profiles (E.g. Myers Briggs), it gives an accurate insight of what motivates an individual, their current level of satisfaction and choices to increase motivation where it matters.
The origins of the Motivational Map are based on extensive research into human motivation using three primary sources; Abraham Maslow’s Hierarchy Of Needs, Edgar Schein’s Career Anchors and the personality profiling tool the Enneagram.
The online questionnaire takes 10 minutes to complete.
The accuracy of the motivation profile is 99% accurate.
The results are provided in clear and easy to understand reports, that reveals each person's key motivators, their current level of motivation and actionable advice.
The Team Map combines the Motivational Map results from a group of individuals and calculates current levels of motivation, identifies common areas of motivation and potential conflict between individuals. The Team Report provides suggested motivational strategies for the team and provides detailed analysis on how change friendly or risk averse the team is based on motivational preferences.
Motivational Maps provide information and insight at a much deeper level than traditional staff surveys. A leader can use this information to support operational / managerial decision-making and measure the performance of them team over time.
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