Motivators & Identities
The Motivators Assessment answers the vital questions: “What motivates me and my team?” and “What can I do about it?”
Whether used by an individual employee or a manager over a team, The Motivators Assessment gives insights into:
- Strong, moderate, and neutral motivators, indicating what’s most important in a person’s work right now
- Motivational identities and characteristics
- Where individuals thrive in their work
- How to enhance value and get more done
- How to address blind spots and potential conflicts
Simple and Easy-to-Use Features
Unlike other assets that are long, complex, and cumbersome, the Motivators Assessment is quick and gets right to the point.
Motivators Assessment FAQs
Where Strengths-based assessments (such as Gallup’s CliftonStrengths) measure talents (what we’re good at), and Personality-based assessments (such as DISC, Color Code, etc.) help you understand how you interact with others (who we are), motivators show you what you’re passionate about, what you enjoy at work, and what really drives you—at a very detailed level.
Yes! The Motivators Assessment measures what’s most important to you in your work right now. What’s important today may not be as important in the future. While some motivators may remain constant throughout our lives, other motivators can change frequently.
It depends. Typically, most individuals check the assessment a couple of times a year. However, as new events in our lives and jobs occur it could change our motivators more rapidly.
No. While the Motivators Assessment was built to help working adults, many of the concepts are universal. As such, individuals who are not in the workforce will still benefit. Thousands of students and teenagers have taken the assessment and found it very confirming and insightful.
The Motivators Assessment is currently available in English, Spanish, Hebrew, and Turkish, with more languages coming.
”I love this assessment. This is a brilliant, practical, and engaging guide to sculpting the career you want.Scott O'Neil, CEOPhiladelphia 76ers, New Jersey Devils, & Prudential Center
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