DISC & Motivators Assessments
What is a DISC assessment?
A DISC assessment is an assessment of your behavior. It indicates how you deal with people, challenges, changes and procedures. Your unique behavioral style is mapped based on your score. There is no best style. Each style has its strengths and pitfalls.
The DISC method
The DISC method is a commonly used tool to gain insight into a person’s behavior, talents, pitfalls and preferences.
An analysis is first made of your basic style. That is the style you show when you are completely relaxed, but also when you are pressured you fall back on this style. By gaining insight into your basic style, you will know better in which working environment you are best suited.
In addition to your basic style, you also get a picture of your response style. This is the style you display under the influence of your environment. If these two styles differ a lot from each other, this gives insight into where you leak energy at work and which talents you do not show now.
With a DISC assessment you can, among other things:
- Learn how to communicate effectively at work and privately
- Contribute to better team performance
- Make managers more effective in managing their team
Where the DISC analysis told you how you do things, the Motivation Analysis provides insight into why you make certain choices and act in a certain way. Whether we realize it or not, we are driven from within to meet these personal needs. The motivational analysis is an objective method to get a grip on what really motivates us from within.
When someone feels a passion for work that matches their motivators, then outside motivation is not necessary. There is reason enough to get up in the morning and enjoy working. The environment then offers the values that are necessary to develop the own potential to the maximum.
After years of observations, Eduard Spranger has classified essential drivers. These determine the why of our actions. The two drives that are strongest in your life will prompt you to take action.
Is there a win-win situation in your work situation? Are your intrinsic needs and motivations sufficiently satisfied? Understanding this can save you many years of “trial and error” and you can work more focused towards a job that you carry out with real passion. Interesting for you and certainly also for your colleagues and partners.
The DISC behavioral style can strengthen or weaken your Motivators and vice versa. It is therefore valuable to make the DISC assessment in combination with the Motivators Assessment.
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Do you want a package for an entire team or department? Then other prices are possible. If you would like a training or explanation with the assessments, please contact me.