Understanding Your Integrated Motivational Orientation: Our IMO Report measures your motivational framework. This framework encompasses seven separate value elements.
The big idea: Motivation is central to our lives at work. Having a systematic approach to motivating your behavior is what matters—yours and others. This is a skill that can be learned.
The aim of this report: Is to help you understand some of the hidden forces of your motivators and to help you to increase the positive effects while reducing any of the potential harmful effects of your motivational orientation.
An approach that works: Understanding the building blocks of your motivational system and the ways in which they can work better for you is essential for growth and happiness. The simpler you can create pathways to influence what energizes, orients, and directs you to behave in certain ways, the better you can arrange things to make your actions more useful. What matters most is to get started by understanding (sufficient awareness and no more) how your motivational system works. When using this report, focus on “what directly leads you to take action.” You won’t make yourself more effective by copying other people’s motives; you must first start with your own motivational nature and what serves you best and then make it automatic. The two main actors responsible for your success are your “motivational orientation” and your “environment.”
The focus of this report: Your unique Integrated Motivational Orientation (IMO) is the central concept of importance to you in this report. Your IMO describes and identifies:
Your motivational direction. Think of your motivational direction as specific goals to which your motivational energy will be directed. The types of work-related activities, events and structures that shape your IMO. Your IMO factor potential from weak to strong.
Your relative IMO motivational consistency level: The potential effort you can count on when the right motives as present. You will also discover the level of consistency most preferred by you.
Your IMO does not describe nor does it identify: What you do (behavior). Some of your behaviors (i.e., the characteristics you exhibit while you do things) are not aroused by motivation. For example; habits, reflexes, routines and instincts are not aroused by motivation. Your IMO does not identify how well developed your preferences are or how well you use them.
What you get:
- Learn what motivates you.
- Learn about your motivational assets.
- Learn what primarily motivates your psychic energy.
- Learn your specific areas of brain tension.
- Learn why your self-esteem is important and where yours is.
- Learn about your motivational consistency and flow.
- Learn what environments bring incredible effectiveness.
- Learn about potential me-me conflicts.
- Learn about your motivational and behavioral interactions.
- And much more…