What are Workplace Motivators?
By using the Workplace Motivators assessment, people can tap into a more profound realization of who they are. They will gain powerful insight into why they move into action and what motivates them to achieve.
Eduard Spranger developed the theory behind the WPMOT instrument. In his work, Spranger observed that people could view the world and their interactions within it through six different "value lenses." Depending on which of these "lenses" was most influential, we could determine a person's core motivators or drivers.
This training & certification program translates to all aspects of business and personal life. This program can assist novice to seasoned professionals in the application of Workplace Motivators in selection, development, communication, and sales.
The Workplace Motivators are a powerful tool that allows you to understand the things that motivate and drive others to action. When talking to, interacting with, or observing others, you can pick up clues as to their values and motivators. Communication significantly improves when you can recognize and adjust your message and method of communication to suit the other person.
Who is it for?
Learning and Development
Coaches & Consultants
Duration: (1) month = 4 weeks
Dates: Starting January 2020
Total Investment: $1,800*
*includes exam and all training materials
Understanding of the Motivators model and confidence in applying it to your business
Using your Motivators assessment to enhance communication and knowledge of individuals & teams
The History ‐ how Motivators came to be
The 6 Core Motivators – how each value presents in the world
Identifying the impact of your drivers and motivations on other Motivators in a work context, but easily applied to your personal life
Interpreting your graph and the graphs of others
Understanding & applying the wheel to a team dynamic
The Workplace Motivators Debrief Guide
Personalized Workplace Motivators Profile
Access to the Motivators video library for pre-exam study & post-exam training
Certified Professional Motivators Analyst (CPMA) designation
Certification also requires the successful completion of an online, open-book exam taken at your convenience. The exam will test your knowledge of the Motivators theory and the application of your knowledge based on TTI's WPMOT assessment.
Ongoing advice and support through our Coach the Coach programs – membership is required
Many resources – including the Motivators Manual & Types of Men e-books
(4) 90 min. = 1 call per month
Recordings of all sessions
Post Exam Call
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