Motivation Psychometric Tools

Motivation tools provide information about the type of environment, tasks and activities that an individual will be motivated to do.

Unlike personality assessments which look at what a person can do. Motivation provides insight into what an individual wants to do and what they need from a role in order to be engaged and successful. Ability and personality assessments provide valuable insight into how suitable a candidate is for a role, motivation assessments provide insight into how suitable the role is for the candidate.

A candidate that meets all the requirements for the role and seems like a perfect match but not provided with a role that motivates them will underperform just as badly as a poorly matched candidate or potentially even worse. Ensuring there is a mutual match between the requirements of a role and the needs of a candidate allows for highly accurate recruitment and development decisions.

Getfeedback provide the following motivation tools:

In today’s economic climate more than ever it is vital to understand and maintain an individuals’s motivation. The SHL Motivation Questionnaire (MQ) helps to identify an individual’s strongest motivators and demotivators.

The Hogan Motives, Values, Preferences Inventory (MVPI) measures and individuals core values, motives, and drivers. The MVPI can be used to identify the fit between a potential employee and the organisational or team culture.

Talent Q’s Drives assessment is an online questionnaire that discovers an individual’s values and motivations at work.

GFB (Getfeedback)

The Intrinsic motivation test is a powerful measure to help understand the internal motivators and drivers of an individual. It identifies an individual’s ideal role from a motivational standpoint, it can be used to determine whether a specific role will give them that ‘buzz’ to work well.

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