9 Motivational Drivers

There are 9 things that drive us – Look below to see what they are. Think about which of these motivational drivers you relate to most strongly. The 9 Motivational Drivers Defender The Defender wants security, stability and  safety. They enjoy predictability and dislike change and surprises. Friend The Friend likes to belong, to be…

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What Motivates you?

Motivation lies at the heart of every decision we make and every success we achieve. We are all unique: it’s not our personality or knowledge and skills that drives us, it’s our motivation. Unlike our personality, motivation is not fixed. It’s dynamic. It changes to adapt to the situation we are in and the challenges…

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Supporting your children to shine

What are MOTIVATIONAL MAPS® Motivation lies at the heart of every decision we make and every success we achieve. We are all unique: it’s not our personality or knowledge and skills that drives us, it’s our motivation. Unlike our personality, motivation is not fixed. It’s dynamic. It changes to adapt to the situation we are…

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How do you recruit motivated staff?

  Historically, when writing job descriptions and person specifications and interviewing candidates we have always concentrated on the skills, knowledge and experience and their fit within a team. Many people also use personality tests as another way to understand candidates – however, it isn’t our personality that gets us out of bed in the morning –…

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Example Of How We Use Motivational Maps In Recruitment

  Fred is the manager of a not for profit organisation and he is recruiting for a Head of Evaluation role.  It is a new role which involves a lot of data management but also setting up new systems and processes.   Overall comments It is very interesting that, without exception, all 5 candidates top…

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What is a Motivational Map?

Before outlining the sources of the Motivational Map, it needs to be said that the Motivational Map is not a personality test or psychometric profiling tool. It is a self-perception inventory, which gives an insight into the core motivation of a person and “what makes them tick”. Probably the most well know self perception inventory…

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Example Motivational Maps

Adult Motivational Map Example Adult Motivational Map Report   Team Motivational Map Report Example Team Report   Organisational Motivational Map Report Example_Organisation_Report Primary Youth Maps (Age 8 to teenage) Example Youth Map – Young Child – Parent report Example Youth Map – Young child – Mentor Report Example Youth Map – Young child – Individual…

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2018 Parliamentary Report on Autism

As I work with a lot of parents of children with autism, I thought it would be of interest to share the findings of this new government report. Findings of parliamentary report on autism in education Key recommendations from the report • The Government should develop a national autism and education strategy by the end of 2019 that…

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Using LinkedIn for job searches

Like it or not, LinkedIn is where you need to be if you are serious about job hunting. This infographic tells you why in a nutshell 5 Tips to Get Your Linkedin Profile Seen by Recruiters [INFOGRAPHIC]

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Running a business has similar challenges to ocean racing!

I was fortunate enough to spend time in Australia and during that time I got to watch the start of the 2015 Rolex Sydney to Hobart yacht race. The race is one of three iconic offshore yacht race and it’s one of the toughest sailing races in the world, covering 628 miles, normally over two…

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