“If we want to feel an undying passion for our work, if we want to feel we are contributing to something bigger than ourselves, we all need to know our WHY.” - Simon Sinek
Americans continue to evaluate their priorities. Life seemed to grind to a halt amid volatile global circumstances. This pause stalled fast-paced lifestyles and caused some to ponder their purpose.
Do you feel misunderstood?
Do you feel out of step with your peers, coworkers, and family? Sometimes these feelings arise not from compatibility of skills, but from compatibility of purpose.
What motivates you?
Some people pursue fame, money, or power. Others desire security, beauty, or humanitarian causes. Self-awareness regarding motivation places people in a position to succeed. It helps them choose the ventures that align with their values—aligning careers with passion and giftedness wields powerful results. Furthermore, aligning the motivations of team members reduces conflict and maximizes cohesiveness. The result is improved productivity and job satisfaction.
The Motivators assessment offers an in-depth identification and exploration of seven dimensions and how they uniquely combine to influence behavior, decision, and actions:
Aesthetic is a drive for balance, harmony, and form.
Economic is a drive for return on investment (including time, money, and resources).
Individualism is a drive to stand out as independent and unique.
Power is a drive to be in control or have influence.
Altruism is a drive to help others at the expense of self.
Regulation is a drive to establish order, routine, and structure.
Theoretical is the drive for knowledge, learning, and understanding.
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