Behavior & Motivators Assessment
Hiring the wrong people can be a costly mistake for a business. Fortunately, tools are available to help assess behavior and motivator profiles for potential employees and enable you to make better hiring decisions. Assessments are completed online and typically take less than 20 minutes to complete. Results are emailed to you immediately upon completion.
This assessment evaluates patterns in behavior based on their environment. It measures 4 different behavioral dimensions:
- Response to Problems and Challenges
- Interactions with Others
- Response to Environmental Pace
- Response to Procedures and Rules
Motivation is another aspect analyzed by this assessment. This evaluates why people do things and identifies their top motivators. By understanding an employee’s motivation, you can better manage that employee and provide career fulfillment. This assessment covers 6 different motivators:
- Individualistic – Achieve Accomplishments and Influence Others
- Theoretical – Search for Knowledge
- Social – Reduce Conflict
- Traditional – Pursuit of the Higher Meaning of Life
- Utilitarian – Realize a Return on Investment
- Aesthetic – Achieve Balance and Harmony; Protect Resources
There are multiple versions of the assessment geared towards different levels of employment:
- Executive Version
- Management-Staff Version
- Sales Version
In addition to the versions above, a Team Motivators Report allows you to combine scores of up to 25 people within a team.
Surveys can provide helpful information to management. By allowing staff members to submit their responses anonymously, management may gain useful insight. Organizational surveys may contain up to 100 questions on topics such as leadership, teamwork, work environment, compensation, communication, and job satisfaction. Questions are organized into sections with statements that staff may indicate their level of agreement or disagreement. Management will receive results with ratings for each section of the test. Organizational surveys allow management to understand both the strengths and weaknesses of an operation in order to initiate improvements.