DISC + Motivators Combination Reports
Human beings can be complex
characters —driven by their primary needs, who is influencing them, and
what motivates each emotion and behavior they often choose to use.
By combining DISC and Motivators, you can not only apply what you’ve learned
about your needs (via DISC), but you can also align your work in ways
that reflect what matters most to you (via Motivators). This combination
report allows end users to maximize and/or eliminate tasks that may work
for or against their value base.
Imagine an organization capable of leveraging the very best from each
employee via a keen understanding of how to harness each employee’s inherent
needs and values.
DISC and Motivators combination reports are available
in one general and two targeting variations:
- DISC & Motivators
- DISC Sales & Motivators
- DISC Leadership & Motivators
The online Motivators Assessment is a result of the extensive research done by Dr. Eduard Spranger and Gordon Allport. These two researchers spent their professional lives discovering what drives and motivates all of us. These seven dimensions of values help us understand the driving force or the engine behind our passions and talents.
The Seven Values:
- The Aesthetic Value - The underlying drive for balance,
harmony, creativity and form.
- The Economic Value - The underlying drive for economic
and practical returns within the areas in which you are most vested.
- The Individualistic Value - The underlying drive
to stand out as independent, unique and outside of the box.
- The Political Value - The underlying drive to be
in control of our destiny or have influence on others.
- The Altruistic Value - The underlying drive for
humanitarian efforts and caregiving, or to help the underdog.
- The Regulatory Value - The underlying drive to establish
order, routine and structure — the black-and-white thinker.
- The Theoretical Value - The underlying drive for
knowledge and learning, and uncovering and discovering the facts.
Those motivators you find to be your highest and lowest priorities determine
how to invest your life energy.
Research shows that most successful people share the common trait of self-awareness.
They recognize the situations that will make them successful. This makes
it easier for them to find ways to achieve objectives that resonate with
They also understand their limitations. Where they are indifferent
on the Values Scale determines where not to focus time and energy,
thus maximizing all their eggs in the right basket at work and in life.
Those who understand what motivates them best are far more likely to pursue
the right opportunities for the right reasons, and to attain the results
they desire. Individuals who are properly aligned with regard to their
personal value system and motivators will achieve more by accident than
a misaligned individual can do on purpose.
The DISC report helps you interpret how you do what you do in
terms of the amount of life energy you invest in the way you behave, based
on your needs. The Motivators report helps you interpret why you
do what you do in terms of the amount of life energy you invest in the
way you behave, based on your values.
Knowing what matters most to us will enhance our performance by helping
us attain better behavioral and emotional alignment with those jobs and
opportunities about which we are most passionate.
DISC Self & Motivators (Sample Report)
DISC Sales & Motivators (Sample Report)
DISC Leadership & Motivators (Sample Report)
DISC Coaching & Motivators (Sample Report)
DISC Service & Motivators (Sample Report)
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