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Motivational Mapping  

 

The Motivational Map® is an on-line diagnostic tool which provides an accurate 15 page report which helps people understand their own core motivational drivers.   From this report a line manager or leader can know exactly what motivates individuals in an organisation and this can be used to great effect to maximise levels of motivation, retain staff, boost team performance, improve performance and profitability, and recruit the right staff to complement existing teams.

 

Janet Henson-Webb works closely with business leaders, managers, supervisors and individuals, helping them to recognise that Motivation is key to unlocking potential, outstanding performance and professional excellence.

 

Motivation is no longer a "soft and fluffy" concept

 

Being able to identify, describe and measure motivation and present it statistically has moved it from being a "soft and fluffy" concept to something which is concrete, measurable and which can be monitored.

 

How can Motivational Mapping be used?

 

The applications of Motivational Maps are varied and far-ranging including recruitment and selection; talent management; conflict resolution; leadership and management development; performance management; rewards and recognition and team development with measurable benefits and outcomes such as reduced staff turnover and recruitment costs; enhanced productivity; improved talent retention; stress and conflict reduction and improved communications.

 

For further details

 

For an exploratory discussion which is confidential and free of charge, just drop me an email at janet@jhwuk.co.uk or call me on 01638 741342.

case studies

Janet Henson-Webb has helped a wide range of clients to understand what motivates people at work and how to use this knowledge to realise the value of the organisation's HR investment. Contact janet@jhwuk.co.uk to find out more.

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"Being able to identify, describe and measure motivation and present it statistically has moved it from being a "soft and fluffy" concept to something which is concrete, measurable and which can be monitored."


"It has given me a better understanding of how important certain things are in order for me to perform better and where I should pay more attention in order to improve."

 

"The map identified that some things are more important to my team than they are to me and I need to adapt my behaviour and communication accordingly.  It's helped me to understand others better and to communicate with team members more effectively. "