If you've recently taken the Workplace Motivators assessment, read these Guidelines, watch this quick and thorough overview video , and then scroll down for actionable resources.
The Workplace Motivators Assessment is a robust tool for measuring a person's top drivers and interests. (Sample Report ) Researchers have identified six culture-neutral, gender-neutral core motivators that are not immediately visible – that drive behavior. Results can be used to determine job fit, help teams reduce conflict, and help individuals reduce stress and gain more energy. It builds self and other awareness and can help create more work and life satisfaction.
Identifying the top two interests AND what a person is least interested in (number six) helps you measure what puts 'GAS IN THE TANK' - something that is not easily visible but crucial to superior performance. You will be able to learn more about each Motivator below. Select the motivators below that were ranked as one, two, and six.
Being Theoretically motivated means you have a passion for knowledge and expertise. You
may tend to want:
Being Utilitarian motivated you have a passion for means you have a passion for making money and seeing ROI. You tend to want:
Being Individualistically motivated means you have a passion for balance, harmony, and form. You may tend to want:
Being Aesthetically motivated means you have a passion for balance, harmony, and form. You may tend to want:
Being Altruistically motivated means you have a passion for balance, harmony, and form. You may tend to want:
Being Traditionally motivated means you have a passion for keeping and enforcing the rules. You may tend to want:
Yes, motivators can tell you all this and more about yourself and everyone around you! If you'd like to take the assessment or learn more about how to use it, contact us. Or, purchase these coaching reports, below.