Most individuals do not truly know what their motivational drivers are or how well those motivators are being met. They do not understand why they are working hard, often being high achievers, yet do not feel fulfilled.
Using the Motivational Maps™ tool we will help you identify your invisible emotional drivers and identify strategies to improve your motivation and gain personal fulfilment.
Your coach will not tell you what to do but will provide a supportive, yet challenging, environment to allow you to explore how you can achieve your full potential. This can be in both your career and/or your personal life. It will help you to discover your own strengths, identify goals, achieve those goals and develop resilience.
Motivational Mapping for Teams
For managers and leaders, understanding your team’s individual motivators is key. Using the Motivational Maps™ tool, we can help you recognise motivational drivers, understand how individual drivers affect the performance of the team and identify reward strategies that work.
Learning about your own motivators, and those of your team members, improves working relationships, enhances appraisal processes and supports change management.
When individual motivators are not being met it leads to lowered expectations, lack of business and personal growth and ultimately burnout. However, when a team is highly motivated, you get engagement, loyalty and maximum performance.
Team Away Days
A team away day is a great way to build relationships out with your usual setting. Training will focus on team strengths, how different motivators affect relationships with other team members, seeing others' viewpoints and moving forward as a team. It will help identify unwanted behaviours and promote positive behaviours, building mutual respect and open and honest working environments.
Whether you are a business owner, a manager, a team leader or an employee, business coaching can help you develop your skills and improve your chances of success. It will help you set better goals, achieve those goals, make better decisions and improve your relationships.
Critical thinking will be developed by use of objective, thought-provoking questions. Identifying your own strengths, skills and abilities will build your confidence and help you to develop accountability and performance.