The tool automatically analyses responses and generates clear and easy to understand reports that reveal each person’s key motivators and their level of motivation.
Each report provides actionable advice on how to increase motivation where it matters.
95% of Maps users said their Motivational Map® accurately described their personal motivators, and 97% found the information in their personalized report useful.
It can feel tough sometimes, but the key is to understand that the motivators of the Map are all in us. And like values they reside in a hierarchical structure whether we can discern it or not.
Factors conscious and subconscious prevail as we make choices. When faced with two highly desirable choices, we will always attempt to get both, but if we are forced to choose, our motivation will lead us to choose one.
The key issue is choosing without second guessing oneself or allowing ‘logical over-ride’ to occur. Choice by choice, preference and its underlying value structure becomes clear and a unique map of motivation is discovered.
In one respected study, training alone increased productivity in organizations by 22.4%, but when the process was augmented by coaching, the level of productivity was improved by almost four times, to 88%!1
Motivational Maps® help individuals, teams, and organizations perform at higher levels when performance is properly understood. Human performance is always preceded by development—which is accelerated and optimized by healthy relational, objective third-party, and expert input.
Coaching for performance is easier per se than developmental coaching in the sense that it has an end. A performance goal is set (e.g. improve your golf swing or improve your sales conversion rate) and then once it’s accomplished it’s done.
But coaching for development is much more open-ended and profound. This kind of coaching incorporates helping a person learn to learn and to go on learning as they unlock their natural abilities, increase personal self-awareness, and remove internal barriers to achievement.
Developmental coaching unlocks potential, which is why the Motivational Maps® tool is designed to help the learner more optimally use the rich information provided in the profile, because of the relational coaching conversation.
1 ‘Executive Coaching as a Transfer of Training Tool: Effects on Productivity in a Public Agency’, Gerald Olivero, K. Denise Bane, and Richard E. Kopelman, Public Personnel Management, Volume 26.4 (1997)