Improve team engagement & productivity

The Motivators Assessment is designed to help you understand & improve engagement for individuals and teams. Boost employee effectiveness and output, build and retain top employees, gain insight into your team diversity and discover what drives your team.

How the Motivators Assessment Impacts You

  • Employee productivity

    Boost employees effectiveness and output.
  • talent retention & development

    Build and keep incredible employees.
  • sales performance & psychology

    Discover what really drives your sales people.

Employee Productivity

Boost employee's effectiveness and output.
  • Leaders wish there was one quick, simple answer to get employees to be more productive.

    Employee productivity trackers don't work!

    In fact, there are more than 27 million Google searches on the topic. The reality is most employee productivity tools and trackers are antiquated at best. And none really get at the root of what drives an employee at work. Why is one employee a top performer, while another struggles?
  • Employee productivity is critically important.

    Motivated employees get more done!

    You want to get the most out of every employee you have — otherwise, you’re wasting resources. The reason is that there is not one magic tool that will motivate all your employees. Each employee is an individual who is motivated by different things based on their personality type, background, education and a million other things we can’t even begin to guess at. Employees whose work is aligned with their motivators produce more, and the quality of their work is better. Unlock employee productivity using the Motivators Assessment.

Talent Retention & Development

Build and keep incredible employees.
  • Address career development

    Help your employees get unstuck.

    A lack of career development has become the number one reason why employees leave organizations—a change from just a few years ago when pay topped the list. Focusing on career development is a relatively low-cost way to retain people and keep them engaged—especially millennials and Gen Z—and is something well within the control of a manager.
  • learn what motivates your team

    Career aspirational conversations drive talent retention.

    A starting point in developing employees’ careers is to find what motivates them. Providing a way to diagnose how each team member’s specific tasks are (or are not) aligned with his or her motivations will help team leaders uncover often-minor career development changes that could lead to improvements in morale and results.

Sales Performance & Psychology

Discover what really drives your sales people.
  • get real insight 

    Think you know what motivates your team?

    The easy option is to just throw more money at your people. But motivation is very personal. Not everyone is motivated by money. For many people, it’s all about balancing time with their loved ones, making a difference in the world, learning new things, solving complex problems, and building lasting friendships with clients.
  • learn what motivates your team

    Forget closing techniques - this is sales psychology.

    The best sales training programs in the world won't matter much if your people don't even want to work on your team anymore. All you're doing is teaching them sales skills they will most likely take somewhere else. As leaders, we must discover what motivates each of our people individually.

Its Not Just Money That Drives Engagement

Based on research - the assumption that to be successful in sales you must be motivated by money is not true or necessary for sales success!

Research has discovered that there are other motivators, beyond money, which ensure you have a sales-oriented and impactful team member.
  • 17%
    only have money as a strong motivator
  • 60%
    have impact as a strong motivator
  • 81%
    have left a company for more money and regretted the decision

Get Personalized Insight

Take time to understand what truly motivates you. Begin a journey to discover greater job satisfaction, engagement, and fulfilment.
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