Discover the hidden power in your organization.
We identify people’s personal driving factors to increase their personal success and that of the teams and organizations in which they work.
Three steps to success
We know everything there is to know about driving factors and how to utilize them to connect people to their organization. We motivate people in three steps to improve the commitment and performance of people and organizations.
Step 1. Personal driving factors
Our analyses provide self-insight and reveal what people find important about their work. The results indicate which of the seven driving factors are important to you.
The “expression” component (left) shows, in order of decreasing priority, what drives your thoughts and the way you deal with things.
The “resistance” component (right) shows what evokes negative feelings and drains you.
The energy balance (click on the second image) shows which value systems provide most energy to this profile.
Profile Dynamics is based on the work of American psychologist Dr. Clare W. Graves..
How does it work?
It takes about 20 to 30 minutes to fill in the online questionnaire. Your personality is defined by your unique combination of driving factors.
Each of the seven driving factors plays a role in what motivates us, but the value that we attach to each driving factor differs from person to person.
Step 3. Tools to develop your organization
Driving factors and company culture
The culture of the organization also plays a role. After all, the driving factors needed for a start-up are different from those vital for a corporate organization, and the driving factors in a care home vary from those in a sales organization.
Our analyses provide insight into the connection between your organization and your employees and shows where you can make improvements in your team.