As an accredited Motivational Map Practitioner, I use Motivational Maps to provide insight for individuals, teams and organisations about people’s motivation and the impact on performance.
Motivational Maps was created in the UK through extensive research into human motivation and the study of three primary sources: Abraham Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs, Edgar Schein’s Career Anchors and The Enneagram, a personality profiling tool.
Motivational Maps is fundamentally different from other personality and psychometric tools. It is a short online self-perception inventory that instigates change for individuals, teams and organisations.
Each questionnaire delivers a practical diagnostic written report with thought provoking strategies for each motivator.
Motivational Maps for Individuals reveal the underlying dynamics and drivers for unmotivated individuals and teams. Conflicts between individuals are often ascribed to ‘personality’ clashes. However, these clashes may well be, and often are, motivational in origin.
Motivational Maps for Teams build on the strengths of everyone working together.
Most teams are assembled on the basis of relevant and complementary skill sets; what motivates the individuals in the team is often not considered at all.
Team Maps enable leaders to be able to determine whether the energies of the team are harmonised with the mission or whether internal conflicts need addressing and how to provide rewards that motivate.