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12 Driving Forces Workplace Motivators
Please Note: Success Insights ® Workplace Motivators is an old version of this assessment.
12 Driving Forces is the same report, enhanced with more depth, recent validation, and new "look."
12 Driving Forces report deeper & fuller spectrum
Learn how to explain, clarify and amplify some of the driving forces in life.
This report is based on 6 basic interests, or motivators in life: Theoretical, Utilitarian, Aesthetic, Social, Individualistic and Traditional.
Learn how passions from 12 core driving forces frame perspectives and provide the most accurate understanding of the unique person.
The 12 core driving forces include:
driven by opportunities to learn, acquire knowledge and the discovery of truth.
driven by utilizing past experiences, intuition and seeking specific knowledge when necessary.
driven by practical results, maximizing both efficiency and returns for their investments of time, talent, energy andresources.
driven by completing tasks for the greater good, with little expectation of personal return.
driven by the experience, subjectiveviewpoints and balance in their surroundings.
driven by the functionality and objectivity of their surroundings.
driven by the benefits they provide others.
driven to assist others for a specific purpose, not just for the sake of being helpful or supportive.
driven by status, recognition and control over personal freedom.
driven by being in a supporting role and contributing with little need for individual recognition.
driven by traditional approaches, proven methods and a defined system for living.
driven by new ideas, methods and opportunities that fall outside a defined system for living.
Learn how to explain, clarify and amplify some of the driving forces in an individual's life.
This report will empower an individual to build on the unique strengths he/she brings to work and life.
The top driving forces create a cluster of drivers that move a person to action.
When examining the next tier of 4 driving forces,the individual will recognize they may have strong pull, but only in certain situations.
Finally, when reviewing the bottom 4 driving forces, the varying levels of indifference or total avoidance will will identified.
The 12 Driving Forces report includes:
Primary Driving Forces
Situational Driving Forces
Indifferent Driving Forces
Areas for Awareness
Once this report is reviewed the individual will have a better grasp of 1 of the key areas in the Science of Self and will:
Understand how his/her driving forces are at play in career and relationships
Be able to apply his/her understanding of his/her driving forces to relationships and job-related performance
Have clearer impression of purpose and direction in life, which can lead to greater satisfaction in work & life
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Team Motivational Group Report Motivators / attitudes
The Team Motivators report combines the results of up to 25 people into one, easy-to-use team group report. Individual assessments must be taken first.
This report considers each team members individual motivators to determine the teams dynamics.
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Team Motivational report sample
Team Motivational brochure
Behaviors / DISC + Motivators - Integrated + Avoidance pages - 2 reports in 1
Talent Insights Coaching
The Talent Insights Coaching report was designed to increase the understanding of an individual's talents.
The report provides insight to two distinct areas behaviors and motivators. Understanding strengths and weaknesses
in both of these areas will lead to personal and professional development and a higher level of satisfaction.
It also integrates the two in a third section. Avoidance pages are now added to the behaviors and the motivators sections.
The absence of a behavioral factor may provide insight into areas of a current environment that can cause added stress.
Based on research, situations are identified that should be avoided or minimized in a persons day-to-day environment.
By understanding the contribution of a low behavioral style, we are able to better articulate a persons talents.
This page will highlight areas in which a person lacks appreciation for an opposing motivator. The information will teach
the individual how to manage his/her way through discussions focusing on his/her #6 motivator.
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Talent Insights Coaching - General report sample
Talent Insights Coaching - Executive report sample
Talent Insights Coaching - Sales report sample
Talent Insights brochure - job benchmarking
12 Driving Forces formerly Personal Motivation & Engagement (old Personal Interests, Attitudes and Values -PIAV)
This report allows individuals to understand how values affect their choices. Suggested for individuals looking for personal insights into what motivates them.
The Personal Motivation & Engagement Legacy/older report is still available. Contact us for more information.
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12 Driving Forces report sample
12 Driving Forces Team report sample
12 Driving Forces brochure
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These assessments are not a measure of intelligence, values, skills, experience, education or training.
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Wednesday, May 18, 2022