Why is Motivation Important in the Workplace?
Our performance at work is the result of a combination of our skills, abilities and level of motivation. Even the most skilled and experienced person cannot be at peak performance if they are not motivated. But what is it that motivates us to get up every morning and do the job we have chosen for a career? Is it just the money? If so, no one would be doing the many important but not highly paid jobs in society!
The truth is that there are nine basic motivators at work and we have a mixture of them all in various quantities. But how can we work out the formula for every person in our team, workplace or even ourselves? The answer is by using Motivational Maps. This tool is the result of five years’ research into human motivation, and is quick and easy to use and interpret for employees and managers alike.
How Do Motivational Maps Work?
Discovering your unique and personal Motivational Map is easy. A concise questionnaire of 45 questions is used, which takes less than 20 minutes to complete, either on-line or paper-based. Your answers are scored and a basic report produced. The results for the on-line version are available instantly. The report will include your top three motivators – with a chance to determine levels – with insightful descriptions that make interpretation easy and accessible. Managers can then be trained to use this information to coach, motivate and reward their staff more effectively.
Risk Reversal Guarantee
If, in the highly unlikely event that by the conclusion of a project, none of the managers, no members of staff and no individuals feel that they have had any benefit whatsoever from the process presented by Motivational Maps SA then, (with the exception of the cost of the Motivational Maps) all fees paid will be refunded.