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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.

This Online Assessment Is A Resource For All Types Of Individuals And Organizations; Public Or Private, Large Or Small.

DISC teaches users powerful behavioral profiling skills which can directly improve performance and increase productivity in a variety of settings and professional frameworks. Learn to positively persuade other people and drive sales, build “A” teams for special projects, improve hiring & selection, empower management and much more.

Many of the world’s most forward-thinking and successful organizations rely upon our DISC expertise to provide them with distinct competitive advantages.

In simplest terms, our DISC is an invaluable behavioral profiling system that teaches users how to identify— and use to their advantage— the predictable aspects of communication. Based on the research of Dr. William Moulton Marston, DISC is the most widely-used behavior profiling tool of its kind, supported by decades of research and continuous validation.

It’s not a secret: people prefer to interact with people they like. The ability to create rapport is a fundamental skill in sales, management, executive-level leadership and everyday life.

The goal of DISC is to help users first build, then maximize productive relationships. You do not have to change your personality; you simply need to recognize what drives other people and understand your options for effectively dealing with them.

Our DISC reports are as much prescriptive as they are descriptive. In other words, our DISC reports are unique because they teach users specific skills to improve their own interpersonal interactions. While our reports do go into considerable detail describing users’ natural DISC behavioral style, we believe this is really just the first step. Our reports empower users with specific recommendations unique to their individual profile. When utilized, these skills have the ability to enact powerful and demonstrable returns. To see significant professional and interpersonal benefit, we believe it’s important that our DISC users come away with fast, effective learning strategies that demonstrate immediate results.

Motivators Combines The Research Of Dr. Eduard Spranger And Gordon Allport Into A Single, In-Depth Diagnostic Revealing The Inherent Motivations Of Each User.

While we are all aware of our motivations to some degree, research shows that successful people share the common trait of exceptional self-awareness. Exceptional self-awareness means these individuals are better at recognizing opportunities that correlate with their inherent motivations, thereby increasing their likelihood for success.

Like-wise, business leaders are better equipped to make informed personnel decisions when they understand what galvanizes each new job applicant or team member. Steadfastness, attention to detail and accuracy aren’t issues for someone whose motivations align well with the values necessitated by a particular job.

The Motivators assessment identifies seven potential “drivers” of motivation which exist in everyone, to varying levels.

By taking detailed measurements of these seven key impulses, the Motivators assessment is able to offer the practical applications and insights necessary to maximize performance and project outcomes. The seven key dimensions (i.e. drivers) of personal motivation:

  • Aesthetic– a drive for balance, harmony and form.
  • Economic– a drive for economic or practical returns.
  • Individualistic– a drive to stand out as independent and unique.
  • Political– a drive to be in control or have influence.
  • Altruistic– a drive for humanitarian efforts; help others altruistically.
  • Regulatory– a drive to establish order, routine and structure.
  • Theoretical– a drive for knowledge, learning and understanding.
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