Talent Insights Profiling: A multi-science report integrating Behaviours and Motivators…
What Is Talent Insights?
The Talent Insights series is a set of reports combining two sciences of performance, helping you to understand people in two key areas of performance:
◆ HOW we behave and communicate — using the world famous DISC assessment
◆ WHY we move into action — using the simple yet powerful Motivators assessment
DISC explores: HOW do we prefer to behave and communicate?
The DISC model is a four-factor model that helps people understand and appreciate their own behavioural style, the style of others, and how to adapt their style to suit a situation or person.
The 4 core DISC behaviours measured are:
◆ Dominance – Our response to problems & challenges.
◆ Influence – Our response to people & contact.
◆ Steadiness – Our response to pace & consistency.
◆ Compliance – Our response to procedures & constraints.
As the company that literally wrote the textbook on DISC and created the first computerised DISC assessment, the TTI Success Insights DISC profile is recognised as the most userfriendly and well-researched DISC profile available anywhere in the world.
DISC is the world’s #1 behavioural assessment, taken by millions of people every year and estimated to be in use by 75% of Fortune 500 companies. DISC is a very simple yet powerful four-quadrant framework used to articulate the common ways that all human beings tend to behave and communicate.
The TTI Success Insights DISC profile is available in a number of versions specifically designed for different applications. Our suite includes reports designed for use in recruitment and selection as well as more comprehensive coaching and development reports.
Important Note – Unlike some of the more primitive DISC models, our DISC reports provide feedback on all four behavioural factors to truly capture how we are unique at a behavioural level and avoid pigeonholing people.
What is Motivators?
Motivators explores: WHY do we move into action?
The Motivators model is a six-factor model that helps people understand and appreciate their own personal motivators and the motivators of others. With this understanding, people are better positioned to influence, motivate, manage and positively engage themselves and others.
The 6 core motivators measured are:
◆ Theoretical – A drive for knowledge and learning.
◆ Utilitarian – A drive for practicality, value and ROI.
◆ Aesthetic – A drive for beauty and creative expression.
◆ Social – A drive for compassion and helping others.
◆ Individualistic – A drive for power and status.
◆ Traditional – A drive for order and a system for living.
The most powerful motivation comes from within — from our core values. Yet, very few people can articulate their own values or are aware that all values can be traced back to half a dozen primary “motivators”. Our primary motivators help determine what gives us joy, happiness, energy and purpose — at work and in life. The Motivators assessment provides us with a model to better understand and unlock the power behind these personal motivators.
Motivators are also the source of conflict and dissatisfaction when they are violated or ignored. When it comes to business partnerships, just as it does with dating and falling in love, people can overcome basic behavioural differences, but values are the thing that will make or break a relationship.
Important Note – Most assessment companies can only offer behavioural-based feedback. The Motivators profile helps you move beyond behaviour to explore the science of motivation.