How Motivational Maps can help your business
Getting a Motivational Maps report for each employee gives a powerful management tool for motivating and managing a workforce. Designing job roles, incentive schemes and allocating tasks which maximise employee motivation will increase efficiency and morale.
Whole Business & Workgroups
One of the most valuable uses of Motivational Maps is to analyze complete teams or businesses to determine the dominant motivators for the team or for the business as a whole. This helps the manager or business owner to understand and determine appropriate policies and actions for managing and motivating the team and the business. This application for Motivational Maps is particularly valuable, because the motivational maps of the staff are often very different to those of the business owner. Understanding these differences can improve communications and reduce strife in the workplace, resulting in a more highly motivated and productive workforce.
The Senior Management Team
The Senior Management Team particularly can benefit from Motivational Maps. Understanding the motivational drivers of partners or directors can result in improved communication and easier decision making. Improved strategy, policy and planning gives a sound basis for succession planning.
It is so important to find the right person for the job. Skills and experience are relatively easy to determine. But will this person fit in if their motivations do not match those of the business, their manager and their colleagues? Probably not! Perhaps this is why as many as 60% of new recruits leave within 6 months?at great cost to the employer. Motivational Maps can help you to make the right decision.
Rewards and Incentives
Incentive programmes and bonus schemes which do not achieve their designed objective are commonplace. Almost all of them are based on the assumption that “money motivates”. This is not the case. Research proves that money is not the top of the motivations list for most of us?even salespeople. So what is? The answer of course is that we differ. Motivational Maps can tell you the common motivators for your team and the primary motivators for the individuals.
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